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Wanted to share my experience - The only thing they care about is your entry point. You can exit the country from any other international airport (or sea/land port) which can process e-visas. The exit point entered in the visa application process is not binding. To a certain extent, I also feel that the entry point is not binding either - as long as you ...


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There is only 1 option for you in this case: you need to contact with either the Immigration Officer or the travel agent (as mentioned) to get them process the mainland Vietnam visa in Phu Quoc for you. You can save money by getting Visa on arrival for Vietnam (with cheaper price) before departure to Vietnam, but once you enter Vietnam, you cannot use that ...


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I want to contribute for the above answer for some: Actually, there are many websites that offer Vietnam visa services like https://www.vietnam-visa.com/, https://vietnamvisa.govt.vn, https://www.vietnam-evisa.org/, and many more. They are all approved by the Vietnam government to process visa service. However, it's worth noting that the one with "govt.vn" ...


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Since I dont really understand your question, I assume that there are two cases for this: Case 1: If you mean to ask whether or not you can use two passports to enter Vietnam (i.e one is Vietnamese passport and the other is US passport), you CAN TOTALLY USE one of them to enter the country. If you choose to use Vietnamese passport, you must follow the ...


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