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Vietnam Consulate in Mexico

Do you want to search for address and location of Vietnam Consulate in Mexico ? We are sorry to inform that there is NO Vietnam Consulate in Mexico but you can find below for address and location of Vietnam Embassy in Mexico to contact instead.

Vietnam Embassy in Mexico
Address: Sierra Ventana No 255, Col. Lomas de Chapultepec, Del. Miguel Hidalgo, CP. 11000 D.F. Mexico
Phone: (52.55) 5540-1632
Fax: (52-55)-5540-1612 - (52-55)-5520-8689 (Consular)
Email: vietnam.mx@mofa.gov.vn
Website: www.vietnamembassy-mexico.org

Mexican citizens and residences are required visa for entering Vietnam. If you are Mexican citizen and want to spend your vacation in Vietnam, please do not forget to apply for Vietnam visa. For getting Vietnam visa, you can contact in person at Vietnam embassy in Mexico to apply or you can apply for eVisa Vietnam online to pick up your visa on arrival at international airport of Vietnam.

You can google or yahoo phrase “eVisa Vietnam” or “Vietnam Immigration” or “Vietnam visa on arrival” for more information if you have any doubt about my words. I can tell you that Vietnam visa on arrival is true and works legally under approval by Vietnam Immigration Department.

Vietnam visa on arrival is a policy of Vietnam government to facilitate travelers from over the world get visa for Vietnam fast, cheap and easy, especially for travelers living far from Vietnam embassy and consulate or no embassy or consulate of Vietnam present.

In order to obtain Vietnam visa on arrival, Mexican citizens must contact with visa agency in Vietnam or company then ask for sponsor to arrange approval letter from Vietnam Immigration Department allows picking up your visa on arrival at international airports of Vietnam. 
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  • Native Name: México
  • ISO-Code: MEX
  • Capital: Ciudad de México [Mexico City]
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