Single or multiple entry Vietnam visa on arrival for Grenada citizens

Posted by Vietnam-Evisa.Org on Jan 31, 2018

Which kind of Vietnam visa on arrival should you choose?

Single entry Vietnam visa on arrival

This visa type allows uninterrupted stay during your visa validity. Once the visa holder leaves Vietnam, he/she could not enter again without applying for a new visa. This kind of visa is the so-called “visa with single use”.

For instance: You apply for one month single entry visa of which arrival date approved is April 1st of 2018: Your visa is valid from that date to April 30rd of 2018. You are allowed to enter and exit Vietnam one time only by air within those 30 days. And you are required to apply for a new one if wishing to return.

Multiple entry Vietnam visa on arrival

This visa type allows multiple times of entry/ exit from Vietnam as long as the total length of the stay does not exceed the period of the visa validity.

For example, if you apply for 3 months multiple entry visa, you are allowed to enter and exit Vietnam multiple times within 90 days since your registered arrival date. In case, you travel to Vietnam using visa on arrival service, your first entry must be by air. Later entries can be either by land or by air since at that moment, the visa stamp is already provided into your passport.

In conclusion, depending on your itinerary, you can choose which kind of visa that is the best correspondent.

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    Jeff Tran
    United States of America

    Single antry or multiple entries

    Jan 14, 2020
    I will be on the cruise to Singapore, Vietnam, Taiwan, Japan and Hong Kong next month. The cruise will stop 3 ports in Vietnam which are Ho Chi Minh City (Phu My), Nha Trang and Chan May. The eVisa that I just applied for 1 month single entry. Does it consider a single entry visa enough for these 3 ports?
    Vietnam Evisa Support
    Jan 14, 2020

    Dear Jeff Tran,

    At the moment, we could not process E-visa if you enter Vietnam via Phu My port

    So kindly contact to Embassy or Consulate for further information 


    Ashley Nguyen (Ms)