May 23, 2020
FAQ Visa tips

What Happens If I wanted to Stay In Vietnam for More than 30 Days?

For visitors who wanted to stay in the country for more than 30 days, it may be best to opt for the Visa on Arrival. The Vietnam Visa on Arrival will give you an option to apply for a multiple-entry visa and stay in the country for a maximum of 60 days. For this option, you’ll have to request a pre-approval letter online.

When you arrive at the airport, that’s when they will process your Vietnam visa on arrival. This is a great option for those who needed to stay longer in Vietnam but the only catch is that it can be a hassle to queue for the visa as you arrive at the airport. In addition, this visa can only be accepted at the airports of Vietnam. So if you’re entering Vietnam through land border or seaport, this visa option will not work for you.


If you wanted to extend your vacation beyond the 30-day period, you have the option to request a visa extension. For this to be possible, you will have to look for an organization or an agency that can sponsor your stay in the country.

Unexpected requirements can happen anytime. Yes, you can extend your 30 days Vietnam e-visa.

Know your e-visa will be valid for only 30 days in Vietnam. For visa extension, you should get help from a local travel company in Vietnam.

The e-visa of Vietnam will let you stay in the country for a maximum of 30 days. It’s a single entry.

If you need any useful information about Vietnam visa extension or renewal, please take a photo of your current visa then send to us to check following information: Type of your current visa (tourist or business | single or multiple entry | place of issuance ….) Immigration stamped to know which port you entered Vietnam.