How do I get a long term Vietnam visa?

How do I get a long term visa for Vietnam?

At embassy

In additional to original passport and the visa approval we provided, you have to submit additional fee by cash to be granted visa stamp at the embassy/consulate. The fee is $95 for Vietnam 6 months multiple entry visa and $135 for 1 year multiple entry visa.

What is the longest visa for Vietnam?

Generally, maximum tourist visa Vietnam is 30 days. However, there is a way for foreigners to visit Vietnam more than 30 days.

How can I stay in Vietnam permanently?

In order to reside permanently in Vietnam and be eligible for naturalization in Vietnam, you have to apply for a permanent residence card, which has the same validity duration as a visa.

Can I stay in Vietnam for 6 months?

With 1 year business visa, you can stay in Vietnam for maximum 6 months in one stay. As such, the 1 year multiple entry business visa is exactly what you should apply for if you wish to stay in Vietnam for more than 30 days consecutively extending visa every 30 days.

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How long can I stay in Vietnam without a visa?

The certificate has a maximum validity of five years, during which time the holder can enter Vietnam and stay for up to six months without applying for a visa.

How long to get a visa to Vietnam?

The most popular type of visa for Vietnam is Tourist Visa which is normally valid for 15-30 days. Tourist visa can be extended once you are arriving to Vietnam. In some cases, you can apply for a 3 month visa for tourism purpose; the procedure will be the same with 1 month visa.

How much is Vietnam visa fee?

Visa fees

Type of visa 1-2 people Stamping fee
Single 1 month 90 US$25
Single 3 month 110 US$25
Multiple 1 month 95 US$50
Multiple 3 month 125 US$50

How much does it cost to live in Vietnam for 3 months?

Cost of Living in Vietnam: $700 to $1,400 per month

$700 on the low end of the range, up to $1,400 for mid-range expats. This averages living costs across many months—you may spend more getting set up, but many expats average $1,000 per month.

What happens if you overstay in Vietnam?

Vietnam Visa Overstay Penalty

If you overstay your Vietnam visa for no more than 3 days, you are not required to contact the local Immigration Office, but go to the airport and pay for the fines (about US $23/day ~ VND 500,000), and then obtain an exit visa to leave Vietnam.

Can a foreigner buy land in Vietnam?

Foreigners can now buy property in Vietnam. But ownership of this property is limited to 50 years, renewable once.

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How much money do I need to retire in Vietnam?

How much does it cost to retire in Vietnam? $960 per month to live comfortably in Vietnam. For less than $12,000 per year, you can hit gym, eat out frequently, and enjoy beers on the beach. To ensure you have money for visa runs and incidental expenses, let’s round the total to $1,000 per month.

Is it better to live in Vietnam or Thailand?

Both are ‘stable’ and considered safe for travelling and living, in terms of daily life. Thailand wins hands down with convenience, options and comfort. Travelling around Vietnam, although progressing quickly, is still more of an adventure.

What is considered rich in Vietnam?

According to Knight Frank’s report, in order to be included in the 1% richest people in Vietnam, one needs to have assets worth at least US$160,000. For Monaco, which has the world’s densest population of super-rich, the entry point for the principality’s branch of the 1% club is US$7.9 million.

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