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The US Vietnamese embassy website lists the requirements for the visa application, but does not list the fee for doing so (though it does say how to pay it). The only information on the page about the fee is:

Fee for stamping visa can be checked at Consular Fee

What is the current fee for a tourist visa to Vietnam?

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Since I asked the embassy and they got back to me, here is what it costs to go directly through the US embassy:

From: Vietnam Consular [dcconsular@gmail.com]

THE FOLLOWING FEE IS TOTAL FEE, COVERING FOR VISA STAMPING FEE, VISA APPROVAL ARRANGEMENT FEE AND PROCESSING FEE.

A. SINGLE ENTRY, ONE-MONTH:

  • $100.00/ EACH PERSON

B. SINGLE ENTRY, THREE-MONTH: $140.00/ EACH PERSON

C. MULTIPLE ENTRY ONE-MONTH: $150.00/ EACH PERSON

D. MULTIPLE ENTRY THREE-MONTH: $180.00/ EACH PERSON

(their capitalization, not mine... eek.)

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Looks like a 45.00 USD stamping fee plus additional fees depending on how you process. Additionally, you will need two passport photos and one blank page for the visa and one page with enough space for the entry and exit stamps.

In the past I have used this. It may a seem a bit shady from a Western perspective, but it works.

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For stamping fee you have to pay at the airports 1 or 3 month/single: US$ 45, 1 month/multi: US$ 65, 3 months/multi: US$ 95

You need only 1 photo and your passport must been over 6 months valid. For service fee, you have to pay to travel company to apply approval letter for you from US$ 10 to 20, it is depend on the company. You have to pay for visa is service fee + stamping fee.

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