Circular No. 75/2022/TT-BTC regulates the level, method of collection, payment, and management of residency registration fees issued by the Minister of Finance on December 22, 2022, effective from February 5, 2023
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Accordingly, Vietnamese citizens when performing residency registration procedures (permanent residency registration, temporary residency registration, temporary residency extension, household separation) with residency registration agencies according to the residency law regulations, must pay fees according to the regulations in Circular No. 75/2022/TT-BTC. Specifically:
The fee for permanent residency registration is 20,000 VND/time for citizens submitting their files directly and 10,000 VND/time for citizens submitting their files online.
For individual and family temporary residency registration and extension, the fees are respectively 15,000 VND/time for citizens submitting their files directly and 7,000 VND/time for citizens submitting their files online.
In case of temporary residency registration and extension through a list, the fees are 10,000 VND/person/time when submitting the files directly and 5,000 VND/person/time when submitting the files online.
In addition, the fee for household separation is 10,000 VND/time when submitting the files directly and 5,000 VND/time when submitting the files online.
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In addition, cases that are exempt from fees include the following:
(i) Children as regulated by the Children's Law; the elderly as regulated by the Elderly Law; people with disabilities as regulated by the Law for People with Disabilities;
(ii) People who have made contributions to the revolution and their relatives as regulated by the Decree on Preferential Treatment for Contributors to the Revolution;
(iii) Ethnic minority residents in economically and socially disadvantaged communes; residents in border communes; residents on island communes; and residents who are poor households as defined by law;
(iv) Citizens from 16 years old to under 18 years old who are orphans and have lost both parents.
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