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The National Assembly in Vietnam approved extending tourist e-visas to 90 days, multiple entries from 15 August 2023

July 07, 2023
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On 24 June, The National Assembly made a final decision on the duration of e-visa and the longer duration for those who are 15-day exemption and all will be effective from 15 Aug 2023. This decision is a significant step towards facilitating travel and promoting tourism in Vietnam.

Vietnam E-visa is currently issued for 30 days, single entry. It has already proven to be a convenient and efficient way for travelers to obtain their visas online.  With the change from 15 Aug 2023, the duration of 90 days and multiple entries are considered a great movement to attract international visitors to Vietnam. This is especially beneficial for those who wish to fully immerse themselves in the rich cultural heritage and natural beauty of the country. The extended validity also provides flexibility for travelers to plan their trips and take advantage of their time in Vietnam.

Mr. Mike from a Hanoi Expat Group says this news makes a wow showing that Vietnam government always listens and takes proper action to meet the high demand of foreigners to Vietnam. “From 15 Aug, we will no longer go through any procedures to obtain a new visa if we need to stay longer in Vietnam while visa run used to be the tiresome procedure”. Obliviously, this decision aligns with the government’s efforts to make an attractive and welcoming destination for international visitors, further contributing to the country’s economic growth and development in the long run.

Another great news is the prolongation from 15 to 45-day visa exemption for those who come from these countries, UK, Spanish, German, French and Italian and Japan, South Korea. With this extended validity period, tourists can now enjoy a longer stay and explore the various attractions in Vietnam, contributing to the growth and development of the country’s tourism sector.

It is so great, let’s come and live fully in Vietnam!