How do I get a long term visa for Cambodia?
Cambodian “ordinary” visas (E class)
If you wish to stay in Cambodia for an extended period of time, you will need to apply for a 30-day E-class visa (not an online e-visa) when you arrive. The visa is valid for 30 days and costs $35 (subject to your nationality). An ordinary visa can be extended indefinitely.
How do I renew my Cambodian visa?
You can extend your Cambodia Tourist (T) Visa for 1 month by going through a travel agency or do it on your own at the Department of Immigration in Phnom Penh. If you plan to stay in Cambodia for longer than 2 months, get an ORDINARY (E) VISA, which you can also get on-arrival via land or airport.
How long can you live in Cambodia?
You are completely set for an entire year and when the 12 months is up all you have to do is visit your local travel agent and ask them to arrange a new extension for you. It is quick, easy, and simple. When people say “Welcome to Cambodia,” they really mean it!
How do I get residency in Cambodia?
Cambodia. Cambodia does not offer permanent residency as its ordinary visa can be extended indefinitely. As a result, foreigners who wish to stay in Cambodia for a long period may either obtain and extend their business or ordinary visas, or apply for Cambodian citizenship.
How do I become a resident of Cambodia?
You will need to have lived in the country for at least seven years with a residence card. On top of being able to speak and write fluently in Khmer, you will also need to have brushed up on your knowledge of Cambodian history. You will have to sit through an exam to prove your proficiency in these areas.
Can Americans retire to Cambodia?
Getting a Cambodia retirement visa
There’s even a special category for retirees. When you arrive in the country, make sure you get the regular (E class) visa, and not a tourist visa so you can get the Cambodia retirement visa. After that, you will simply apply for ER (retirement) extensions.
How much is a retirement visa in Cambodia?
Once you are in the country all you have to do is extend your visa for a one-year period—at a cost of less than $300—which allows you to live in the country and come and go at your pleasure, without the stringent income requirements needed by many other Southeast Asian countries.