Most of the people who had a good experience traveled in luxury, while those who didn’t were backpackers and budget travelers.
It’s a curious thing to think about and reinforces a story I once heard.
If you do not use the express service, the MFA will require 3 days to process your documents.
If you do not have 10 days left of permission to remain in the country, then you need to go to immigration and get a Visa extension before you can start the marriage process.
When I initially wrote this post it was possible to do everything in one day, but now, because of changes to the express service at the MFA, the process will take a minimum of 2 days. If you do not use the express service, you should plan for 4-5 days to get the entire marriage process completed.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) offers the express service if you submit your documents before am. There is a new rule that requires you to have at least 10 days left on your 30-day entry stamp, or tourist Visa.
And if you don’t go because of this article, I’ll find you and drag you there myself!
Well, there’s one common difference between the travelers who have liked it and those who have hated it.
And the reason for that is one of my most-asked questions. The simple answer is that no one ever wants to return to a place where they felt they were treated poorly.
People email me several times a week asking why, in this post about myself, I single Vietnam out as being my least favorite country. When I was in Vietnam, I was constantly hassled, overcharged, ripped off, and treated badly by the locals.
I wasn’t born yesterday and knew I was being blatantly ripped off.
She was cheating me right to my face.“She’s telling her friends she’s going to overcharge and rip you off because you’re white,” said a Vietnamese-American who was also on my bus.