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I currently reside in Bangkok, not far from the Vietnamese consulate in this city.

I hold Israeli citizenship which isn't respected for Vietnam E-visa but does allowed one year tourist visa, either directly via a consulate, or indirectly via an ALBVoA (particularly an ALBVoA which is formally recommended by the Vietnamese embassy of Israel).

I did use an aforementioned ALBVoA twice to make a tourist visa but I think that this time I'd better do it from a consulate directly; firstly due to lower costs (absence of a medium).

My problem

it is unclear to me from the chart of the Vietnam embassy in Bangkok, how much will directly making a one year tourist visa to Vietnam will cost me; I understand from the chart it should cost to me between 135 USD to 145 USD, but I am not sure if this understanding is correct.

My question

How much a one year visa to Vietnam should cost me if I do the visa directly in a Vietnamese consulate?

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  • Do Vietnam offer 1 year tourist visas? Where did you find this information? I have only ever been able to get 3 months tourist visas. – Matt Douhan Mar 1 '20 at 13:17
  • @MattDouhan one year tourist visa is something the ALBOVoa recommended by Vietnamese embassy in Israel suggests. – user89343 Mar 1 '20 at 13:19
  • @MattDouhan visaonlinevietnam.com – user89343 Mar 1 '20 at 13:19
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    interesting I travel there frequently and I can only get 3 months multiple entries, I am Swedish Citizen, – Matt Douhan Mar 1 '20 at 13:20
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    @MattDouhan hello ; I called the Bangkokian Vietnamese embassy today --- I understood that only U.S.A citizens get more than 3 months visa to Vietnam. It's I heard this by phone instead going to the embassy with the intention of making a one year visa or much worse --- paying some ALBVoA about 360 USD and perhaps getting very depressed at Tan Son Nhat. – user89343 Mar 4 '20 at 14:41

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