Those working in Vietnam need to seek work authorization in the form of a work permit. Some companies will do it for you, while some positions won’t require the authorization at all, like if you’re working for less than three months or if you’re head of an international company.
The process is a bit extensive and will require some important and potentially hard-to-get documents from your home country, like your original diploma. If you didn’t collect these before you left, make contact with a trusted person back home to liaise couriering of these documents for you.
Whether you decide to complete the work permit process on your own or pay a premium to have a company fulfill a “complete hand guide,” we’re here to help you connect with the resources to get this item done in manner that comfortable for both you and your budget.