Hi. My employer has threaten to cancel my visa that they got for me. She and I had signed for a probationary contract that's supposed to take effect on dec 1 2019, now when I talk to my employer she's offering a probationary period that we did not discuss before and not included in the contract. Consequently, I negotiated for them to honor the original contract we both signed for. And now, she wishes to terminate it unilaterally and cancel my visa. She told me to go to the immigration office but I refused to do so. May I ask your opinion, suggestions about this? Thanks for your reply
I'm a Japanese person living in Hanoi. My current visa will expire on 4th January so need to update it. I hope to get 3 months multiple tourist visa by visa on arrival. However, I cannot take flight so need to get visa by land this time. So far, the agents could prepare visa letters before I reentered other borders by land. I want to try the same way to get visa at Lao Cai border and have a short trip in Hekou this time. But most of visa agents don’t seem to support making visa letter for the immigration of Lao Cai border.. Anyways, I’d be glad if you share information or guide me the best way for this case. Thank you,
Police Clearance or Judicial certificate. There was a similar question regarding the above which have answered my worries but it was dated 2 years ago. I was in Hanoi for more than a year 9 yrs ago and now desperately need a police clearance. If I lost my Vietnam temporary resident card. What else would I be needing to produce to helping my Viet friend( who has no idea how to get a clearance for me)1. might be copies of passport? 2 fees 3. letter of authority(authorised letter) Anything else? Please help me as I am in the desperate need to get Vietnam police clearance ASAP. Thank you
Hi all, Is there anyone here who has got contacts in the immigration office? I have to get an approval letter from the embassy stating that they have permitted us to study in a university in Hanoi. However, my school is saying that it costs 400$, which is think is a way too high price for a student visa for 1 year. i want to get this double checked. can anybody help? Thank you priyanka text me at +841282374693
Hi all, I'll be moving to Vietnam next year to work. I'll be working for a local organisation who will organise my work visa. I would like my partner to join me, but we're unmarried, and we're both from the EU (France and the UK) Are there dependent partner/spouse visas? Many thanks!
Hi everybody, currently I am working for a University in Vietnam and I am applying for a work permit in Vietnam (I have a tourist visa at the moment). Please, I would like to know the following question: If a fail to get the work permit, will I loose my job or I can apply for business visa? Any help is highly appreciated.
Here's my problem.. We are traveling to Vietnam 23-25 August 2017 The problem is this passportran out of pages. I am holding a Canada passport How does he transfer the valid visa on to his new passport? What to do?
Not really a question , But those working here illegally on tourist visa's . I think the guys at the airport are on to your short trips to Bangkok and are refusing you entry when flying back in country , So do take your most important thing with you in case they don't let you back in country.So question is have you experienced this or a friend has? Mistakes are common , please digest and correct as needed.......
Has anyone gotten a visa for Vietnam in Phnom Penh recently? I read in the forums from a few years ago that 1 year visas were available. I wouldn't mind getting one through Phnom Penh rather than getting a VOA letter and flying to Bangkok and back.
Does anyone know if you can bring a pet cat into Vietnam on a TOURIST visa? We're moving to Hanoi in late-summer but would like to come early (before work visas take effect) and bring our cat to stay for the interim. I'm getting conflicting info from different sources so was curious if anyone has done this successfully or knows the ACTUAL regulations! Thanks so much, Jeffrey
The company that I have been working for the past 4 years and I have parted company last week. I have recived phone calls telling me that if I don't continue to work for them they will cancel my work permit and residence card. How fast can they do this? Is there a grace period under labour laws of vietnam, where the employer has time to plan other visa? PROBLEM; my passport doesn't have a full page for a Visa sticker. Any help is greatly needed. Im British... Please help
Has anybody had any recent experience of applying and paying for a 3 year work permit recently. I have just been informed by a colleague, who is at this stage of the process ( I am not, quite yet) that the company we work for are telling her she is expected to pay $800 for her work permit via a salalry deduction , which will be repaid after 6 months????? It is the amount being paid that I ma querying here, not the company's ethics of promising to pay back after 6 months ( they might as well not even bother deducting this fee if they are genuinely giving that back after such a relatively short time. I have just checked http://www.vietnam-immigration.org.vn/news/view/how-to-apply-vietnam-working-permit-for-foreigner.html which clearly states the fee to be $320.
Can my employer cancel my work visa if I end the work contract early? What about them going to the police to prohibit me from working anywhere else? Also, do they have the authority to freeze my bank account? What can they do if I end the contract early? I've heard many horror stories but not sure if they're true or even possible.
Urgent please: I am an English teacher. The Vietnamese school that wants to hire me asked for my BA degree with "stamp" but the original is in my home country of Italy. What is this "stamp" is it a notarization? Can someone pls help? I dont have the original with me and I need to know if/what i need to do. Thanks
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