How to apply for a Vietnam visa in Portland


Embassy of Vietnam in Portland

There is NO embassy/consulate of Vietnam in Portland, United States. Travellers from Portland can contact the nearest embassy of Vietnam in San Francisco for visa information.

Nearest Embassy Embassy of Vietnam in San Francisco (860.1 km)
Address 1700 California St, Suite 580 San Francisco, CA 94109
Phone +1 415 9221 707 or +1 415 9221 577
Distance 860.1km (534.5mi)
Travel Time
  • Fly Portland to San Francisco total time 3h 55m
  • Fly Portland to Oakland, BART total time 4h 0m
  • Fly Portland to San Jose, BART total time 5h 52m
  • Fly Portland to Santa Rosa, train total time 6h 7m
  • Train to Eugene, fly to San Francisco total time 5h 59m
  • Train total time 18h 45m
  • Drive total time 10h 51m
Current time in Portland Sunday Mar 26, 2023 08:00 AM

How to get from Portland to the embassy in San Francisco

How to apply

American nationals and foreign visitors living in Portland, United States can choose between applying for a visa through the embassy of Vietnam in San Francisco or applying online for an approval letter to pick up the visa on arrival.

Apply at the embassy

To apply for a visa at the embassy/consulate of Vietnam in Portland, the following documents are REQUIRED:

  • Valid passport for at least 06 months prior to your planned entry date (Travel documents or temporary passports may not be accepted)
  • Application form (Click here to download)
  • 02 recently taken passport sized photos (4*6cm)
  • Visa application fees

Apply for visa on arrival

Visa on arrival is an alternative way to obtain a visa for Vietnam for those who fly from Portland to Vietnam (Average flight time between Portland and Vietnam is about 18 hours, 36 minutes). The process involves 4 simple steps:

  1. Submit an online form for the approval letter.
  2. Receive the approval letter by Email in 2 working days.
  3. Prepare photos, entry/exit form, stamping fee and the approval letter
  4. Arrive at Vietnam airport, present all documents above to get the visa stamped on passport.