When you arrive Vietnam with a free Vietnam Visa (applied for people from people from Asian country and some country in the list). These people come to Vietnam with a Blue Stamp, which is stamped by the Vietnam Immigration Staff at Vietnam airport. It means in the passport, there is no Visa. If you want to stay more in Vietnam, you need to make a new Visa (Visa renewal). When you renew your Visa, a new Visa sticker (yellow Visa) will be attached into your passport…
Or when you come to Vietnam with Tourist Visa (type C1), you want to stay more than 3 months, you need to renew your Visa, make a new one with B3 Visa… Or when you have C1 Visa with single entry, you want to change into multiple entries, you need to make a new Visa (renew Visa)…
You just need your passport with validity of more than 6 months and blank pages. One more thing, you should have the Temporary residence paper approved by the hotel where you live at or approved by local authorities where you live in (or ward’s Police Unit). If you do not have this document, please contact us.
This depends on: your current visa category, your nationality, and your first entry point into Vietnam. We can offer the correct information once we view your passport.
It normally takes 5 to 7 working days for 01 month visa extension and up to 9 working days for 03 months extension/renewal. We also offer an express service of 1-3 days at your request at an additional cost.
Unfortunately, until we view your passport and other relevant information, including; current visa category, nationality and first entry point into Vietnam, we are unable to offer an accurate quote.
It depends much on your current Visa and numbers of times you extend or renew your Visa before but you can extend more 2 times before you have to get a new visa (visa renewal without leaving Vietnam) and going on until any change in policy from Vietnam immigration.
The copy of your passport should include:
- The information page
- The Newest Vietnam Visa sticker (yellow sticker)
- The Newest Visa stamp (blue stamp)
(* Copy of passport should be clear, in high resolution).
If you have any question, please feel free to send an email to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or make a call to us directly 01284.313.195 (Mr.Nikko). Our team is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to assist you.
You can visit our office directly as the address below: Vietnam Visa Office
Address: Room A2, Vietphone Building, 64 Nguyen Dinh Chieu Street, Da Kao Ward, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City
Hotline: +84.968.817.162 (Mr.Eric) – +84.1284.313.195 (Mr.Nikko)