As of now, the Vietnam e-visa is being offered to more than 81 nationalities: Venezuela Netherland Germany Vanuatu Nauru Georgia Uruguay Myanmar France United States Montenegro Finland United Kingdom Mongolia Fiji United Arab Emirates Monaco Estonia Timor Leste Moldova Denmark Switzerland Micronesia Czech Republic Sweden Mexico Cyprus Spain Marshall Islands Cuba Solomon Islands Malta Croatia

The e-Visa will let you enter Vietnam once and stay there for a maximum of 30 days. If you want to extend your stay in Vietnam, you can get out of the country and apply for the e-Visa again.

Applying for a Vietnamese e-visa is perhaps the most hassle-free procedure you will have to complete before visiting the country. You can use any device, whether a smartphone, tablet, or computer with a WiFi connection to apply.

Before we find out if it’s okay to extend Vietnam e-visa, let us first understand how to apply for the Vietnam e-Visa. The Vietnam e-Visa is an electronic type of Vietnam visa that is issued online.

Another great thing about the Vietnam e-Visa is that it’s accepted at 28 different points o entry in Vietnam. Therefore, you can use it even when crossing land borders.

As mentioned, the normal processing of the Vietnam e-Visa is within three business days. That’s faster than applying for a standard visa from an embassy that could take weeks.

The application procedure online is really easy. But, the information given should be checked and reviewed before submission.

Here are some things to keep in mind to ensure that there are no problems in the processing of your e-Visa. The Vietnam e-visa will only allow you a maximum stay of 30 days in the country.

Take note that the Vietnam e-Visa is valid at 28 points of entry in the country. These include border checkpoints and international airports.

So after you have printed a copy of your e-Visa, all you need to do is to fly to Vietnam. As you arrive at the airport, present your e-visa copy along with your passport to the immigration officer.

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