Visa Expiry Day Counter


Calculate the Last Day of Departure for Your Visas and other Stay Permits

The Visa Expiry Day Counter is a handy tool that helps you calculate the exact date by which you need to leave a country based on your visa information. Whether you are a traveler or an expatriate, this tool will assist you in keeping track of your visa duration and ensuring compliance with immigration regulations.

Visa Expiry Day Counter


How to Use:

  1. Visa starting date: Enter the date when your visa became valid or the date of your first entry into the country.
  2. Days: Specify the total number of days allowed for your visa duration, taking into account any entry limitations or restrictions.
  3. Calculate: Click the "Calculate" button to determine the leave before date.
  4. Leave before date: The tool will display the exact date by which you should leave the country to comply with your visa requirements.

Please note:

  • Ensure that you enter a valid starting date in the "Visa starting date" field.
  • The "Days" field should contain the total number of days you are allowed to stay in the country.
  • If you enter an invalid number of days or an invalid starting date, appropriate error messages will be displayed.


Tip for Users in China:

When using the Visa Expiry Day Counter tool in China or any other country, it's important to be aware of local immigration regulations and consider specific factors that may affect your departure. Here's a tip to keep in mind:

Last Day of Stay: In many cases, the last day of your authorized stay in China is considered to be until midnight local time. This means that you should aim to depart before midnight on the specified date to comply with immigration requirements.

However, it is advisable to check with the Chinese immigration authorities or consult with local experts for precise information regarding departure times. Depending on your visa type or specific circumstances, there may be variations in the permitted departure time.

To avoid any potential issues or misunderstandings, plan your departure well in advance, allowing ample time to complete necessary travel arrangements and ensure that you leave China before your authorized stay expires.

Remember, it is always better to err on the side of caution and depart a few hours before midnight to account for any unexpected delays or circumstances that may arise during your travel.

Stay informed, adhere to local regulations, and consult reliable sources or immigration experts for the most accurate and up-to-date information regarding visa regulations and departure requirements in China.


The Visa Expiry Day Counter tool provided on this website is offered for informational purposes only. It is designed to assist users in calculating the approximate date by which they may need to leave a country based on their visa information.

Please note that while we strive to provide accurate and up-to-date information, visa regulations and requirements can vary and change over time. Therefore, it is crucial to consult official government sources or relevant authorities for the most current and reliable visa information specific to your situation.

The Visa Expiry Day Counter should not be considered as legal advice or a substitute for professional guidance. Personal Connect, the creators of this tool, do not assume any liability for the accuracy, completeness, or reliability of the information provided. Users of this tool are solely responsible for verifying visa requirements and complying with the applicable immigration laws of the respective countries they plan to visit or reside in.

It is important to note that visa regulations may involve additional factors beyond the scope of this tool, such as immigration policies, specific visa conditions, and individual circumstances. Users are strongly advised to consult with immigration experts or legal professionals for personalized advice tailored to their unique situation.

By using the Visa Expiry Day Counter tool, you acknowledge and agree that Personal Connect shall not be held liable for any direct or indirect damages or losses arising from the use or reliance on the information provided by this tool.

Always exercise caution, seek professional advice, and stay informed regarding visa requirements to ensure a smooth and compliant travel experience.