Another fun-filled adventure in Southeast Asia:American expat recounts Vietnam visa run nightmare http://tuoitrenews.vn/city-diary/30242/ ... -nightmare
Not sure why he was allowed to get a 3-month visa since the news is that all Americans have to get the one-year visa.
The dude concludes with "I love living in Vietnam..."
where do they get $210?
Commencing August 29, American visitors to Vietnam are now charged $135 for a one-year multiple-entry visa, no matter whether they have come for a short holiday or on business. http://tuoitrenews.vn/business/36900/vi
... s-visitors Posted above as well.
just go to the embassy or consulate in shv.
The $210 is, I presume, $200 (the price the embassy is charging) plus $10 (service charge of the travel agent).
When you or someone you know gets the one-year VN visa for $135, let us know. We'll appreciate the information.