Can I use both Vietnam visa issued by the Embassy and visa on arrival for my multiple entry?

I applied for a visa through the Vietnam Embassy and received it.  I leave for Vietnam on Oct. 12th, 2014.  My problem is I received a single entry visa and have found out I will be needing to enter Vietnam one more time.  I am in Vietnam for 2 weeks then go to Cambodia for a visit.  I would like to get another single entry  arrival visa from you and then use when I return from Cambodia.  Is this a problem?  Can I have two single entry visas at the same time and use them separately or do I need to start over and get a new visa for multiple entry?  What happens with the old visa?  Thanks so much.



Hi Toni,

I am pleased to advise that you can definitely have 2 single entry visas at the same time without any problem. You may use your current visa issued by the Vietnam Embassy to enter Vietnam first and then when you come back from Cambodia, you may use our visa on arrival service.

The problem is that you have to pay twice for 2 single entry visas instead of one multiple entry visa and the cost is nearly doubled.

Kind regards,

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