A travel agency realize for each tourist following to their requirements as :
circuit en groupe Vietnam,
circuit en groupe Thailande,
circuit en groupe Perou,
circuit en groupe Canada,
circuit en groupe usa,
circuit en groupe Turquie,
to know more about countries (in some French websites).
The French entity MBH has an activity of transport aeroport paris or transfert aeroport paris and the French entity Stained Imbert has an activity of objets decoration vitraux to the South of East Asia.
Vietnamese government policy :
The Vietnamese government incites the foreign companies and the Vietnamese companies to hire first and foremost the citizens of Vietnamese nationality to work in Vietnam.
A foreign company or a Vietnamese company should always justify the surplus value that the foreigner worker will bring compared to a Vietnamese worker on the same post to be filled.
The surplus value is justifiable by the degrees, the skills, the professional experiences which are based on 5 years and especially by the current needs of the Vietnamese government to promote the development of Vietnam.
The documents required for an expatriate to work in Vietnam :
The work permit :
The expatriate must have a work contract with a company to obtain a
work permit in Vietnam.
He must also present the investment license of the company in which he works.
The investment license :
The expatriate must have an authorization of the Vietnamese government, the investment license in Vietnam, to create a legal company in the Vietnamese territory.
Note : The Vietnamese government often requires a hefty amount of investment.
The resident card :
The expatriate must be the holder of a work permit or an investment license to obtain a resident card in Vietnam and reside for a long time on the Vietnamese territory.
The professional or business visa :
The expatriate must obtain a professional or business visa in Vietnam to search a work or to start a professional activity as an employee within a company.
Note : For the Vietnamese government, it is better for the expatriate salaried to make quickly a request for a work permit rather than renew a professional visa every three months.