Our Vietnam Visa FAQs provides a list of frequently asked questions and answers regarding Vietnam Visa. Check out helpful answers from our experienced Immigration consultants. The answers will help you understand and use our services better.
You can not legally stay in Vietnam after your visa expires. The visa's expiration date is simply the last day on which you can use that visa to stay in Vietnam. You can not legally stay in Vietnam after your visa expires. The visa's expiration date is simply the last day on which you can use that visa to stay in Vietnam.
As soon as you notice that you overstay your visa in Vietnam then you should have your visa extended immediately directly with the Immigration Department or through a travel agent. You will most likely need to pay additional fees on top of the visa extension fee. This is to avoid any potential delay or hold-off at the airport you may face later. Check out what happens if you overstay your visa in Vietnam and the penalties.
According to Clause 2 Article 1 of the Law amending and supplementing a number of articles of the Law on entry into, exit from, transit through, and residence of foreigners in Vietnam in 2019 (effective from July 1st, 2020), foreigner’s visas can be repurposed in case they are sponsored by a Vietnamese company or Vietnamese relatives. Read our post for more details.