My Vietnam Visa extends its reach beyond North America
My Vietnam Visa has recently announced the company’s decision to extend the visa service to clients worldwide. The traditional visa applicants that the company has hitherto served come predominantly from the US and Canada.
(PRWEB) November 18, 2011
Vietnam is seeing more guests than ever before, who come and enjoy the tropical breeze, wild beaches and exotic culture. These visitors are motivated by varying purposes: some interested in history, others come to study and many are in the country just-because. Despite the growing volume of tourists, Vietnam immigration laws still mandate the majority of nationalities possess a valid visa upon entering the country, with the exception of a few Southeast Asian and East Asian countries.
For a long time now, visa on arrival has eased the process of obtaining a visa for Vietnam. With a few mouse clicks and a printer to get the hardcopy of visa approval letter, one can avoid the hassle of sending passports away and paying the hundred-dollar check. In fact, visa-on-arrival has grown into a lucrative business for many Vietnamese new entrepreneurs while offering utmost convenience for tourists.
Among the myriad website services, My Vietnam Visa stands out as the prominent one, earning recognition from both domestic and international press. The company recently takes a bold move toward extending the visa reach beyond the traditional market segments of US and Canada. The list of nationalities that My Vietnam Visa serves now also include Australia, New Zealand, the UK, France, Germany and many other European countries. Even those that do not require a visa but wish to stay longer than the exemption period such as Thailand, Korea, Japan, Russia can now apply for a visa with the company.
“Our ultimate goal is to deliver the right visa to the right person at the right time. And we will try our best to include more and more nationalities into our serving list so that holders of different passports enjoy an equal opportunity to apply for Vietnam visa on arrival and be able to see and sights and meet the people”, speaks Mr. Steve Tran, My Vietnam Visa CEO.
As of November 2011, My Vietnam Visa has processed thousands of visa applications for foreigners visiting Vietnam, most of whom comes from North America and a growing number from Australia and Europe. Soon enough, the number will see new hike with more nationalities now eligible to apply online for a visa. For more information, visit My Vietnam Visa website.
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