Greenvisa.io Service Offers Canada Citizens An Opportunity To Get Vietnam Visa On Arrival Quickly And Easily

Recently, there’s a great news for Canada citizens planning to visit Vietnam. Pursuant to a government ordinance in February, 2017, citizens from Canada will be entitled to apply for the visa on arrival instead of applying for Visa at Vietnam Embassy.

May 12, 2017 /MarketersMedia/ —

To apply for Vietnam Visa For Canada, Canadian passport holders can access to www.greenvisa.io.

Greenvisa is a global leading in affordable-travelling agency that focuses on several traditional services at Vietnam International Airport for all citizens of foreign countries over the world. Let us now take a look at some advantages that foreign visitors can get while using Green visa:

• Fast Processing: Normally maximum 48 hours of processing time, and an hour for rush visa requests.
• Reasonable: The agency offers users the transparent, affordable service fee without hidden charges.
• 24/7 Support: Visitors can contact them for help at any time of the day.
• Convenient: The service is remotely available for passengers to Vietnam by airplane. All is hassle-free with online processing.
• Moneyback Guarantee: In case the visa is declined by officers, the company will ready to refund everything to their users with no question ask.

With GreenVisa, Canada travelers just need to follow a simple procedure that contains four steps to obtain Vietnam visa Canada:

The first step begins with filling out an online form and selecting kind of “Visa Option” they want to get. Travelers need to submit the exact personal information that matches the information on their passport. Some details could be the number of the applicants, their expectation of travel, type of visa, proposed time of visiting, and arrival airport. Their e-visa application can also be proceeded by providing their latest taken photo and passport copy at the email: support@Greenvisa.io.

The next stage is to settle the payment online and receive confirmation through their email immediately after filling out all essential details. Payment online can be charged by Mastercard, Paypal or Visa credit/debit card, and the company only charge for the successful application.

Then, after visitors receive the confirmation of successful payment, their visa approval letter would be processed directly, taking about two working days. When the progress has been completed entirely, their Visa Approval Letter is then scanned and sent to their provided email.

Finally, Canada visitors can view the Vietnam Approval Letter clearly on their smartphone and print it out when they arrive at Vietnam airports. Moreover, they should prepare some items relating to the visa stamping fee in cash and two colored photos which have standard size 4x6 cm.

When people want to get Vietnam visa for Canadian citizens decide to use GreenVisa service, they do not have to ship their original passport to anywhere. A procedure is entirely performed online, which allows them to apply for the Vietnam visa on arrival in a very short time. Moreover, it is especially convenient for those who are currently staying far away from available Vietnam visa Canada Embassy or Consulates. Not only that, dealing with the immigration authorities becomes faster and easier than the past because Greenvisa service will do everything for them.

For more detailed information, you could see www.greenvisa.io official website.

Contact Info:
Name: William S. Looney
Email: support@greenvisa.io
Organization: Green Travel Universal
Phone: +18882381966

Source URL: http://marketersmedia.com/greenvisa-io-service-offers-canada-citizens-an-opportunity-to-get-vietnam-visa-on-arrival-quickly-and-easily/198470

For more information, please visit https://greenvisa.io

Source: MarketersMedia

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