No, the applications are done directly to Director of Immigration Services in Kenya.
Yes, please visit the website for requirements.
No, applications are done directly to the Director of Immigration Services, Nairobi Kenya through an employer based in Kenya.
They do not require if residents of United Kingdom and/or Europe, but we advise they consult their personal GPs.
No appointment required. Applications can be made Mondays to Fridays between 9.30 am and 12.00 noon (except during bank holidays)
NB: Applications for IDs are done only Mondays and Tuesdays between 9.30 am and 12.00 noon.
The Kenya High Commission as indeed all other missions abroad does not offer any monetary assistance.
It takes an average of ten working days to process (except for applications for lost passports which take up to 4 weeks).
If you will not be leaving the airport you don’t need a transit visa. On arrival you will proceed to the transit lounge and wait for your connecting flight.
No. Any visitor to Kenya (except from the countries listed under Referred Visas) may be issued with a visa at any port of entry to Kenya provided they meet the usual Immigration formalities.
All applications for passport whether new or replacement, for a child or adult are made on form 19 which is available on our website. The form is also applicable to those applying for CINs.
No, in addition to the visa endorsement, the visitor is issued with a visitor’s pass free of charge at the port of entry. The visitor’s pass gives the period of time the visitor should stay in the country, with a maximum of 3 months.
The employer in Kenya should apply for the Entry Work Permit from the Director of Immigration Services whose address is P.O Box 30191, Nairobi.
Apply for a Class K permit directly to the Director of Immigration Services.
A transit visa may be issued to a visitor for the purpose of connecting flights.
The East Africa Tourist Visa enables tourists to travel between Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda.