May 17, 2020
FAQ Visa tips

What should I do for Vietnam e-visa extension?

What should I do for an e-visa extension? I want to stay in Vietnam for an extended period than that allowed by e-visa?

E-visa is to cater to the specific needs of visitors who intend to stay in Vietnam for less than 30 days. You should apply for a visa on arrival if you wish to need permission to stay in Vietnam for more than 30 days.

You have entered into Vietnam on an e-visa already and wanted to extend your stay there. In such case, you should visit the immigration office of Vietnam in the City where you stay and file an extension request.


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.

There are 2 options to get your e-visa extended as below: Do It Yourself : Download Form NA5 for visa extension fill, sign then bring it to your embassy or consulate to ask for  sponsoring. Ask your hotel or host for the Temporary residence declaration.

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.

If you’re currently stuck in Vietnam as a result of the Covid 19 travel restrictions, yet you’re worried about your visa expiring soon, then you should apply for a visa extension. When you apply for a visa extension, you are required to submit certain documents.

As a holder of a Vietnam visa, your stay in the country is only limited. Depending on the type of visa that you have, your stay could be limited only to 30 days, 60 days, etc.