Whether visiting, working, investing in or moving to Kenya, there’s some paperwork and fees. The practice is quite standard with fee structures and guidelines, but with regulations and payments that change based on country of source and reason for the immigration or visa.
With the danger of international terrorism and kidnapping of foreigners by terrorists on Kenyan land, especially near the Somali border, in the Garissa District, and on areas north west of Pate Island, entrance into Kenya by foreigners is controlled.
Points of entry
See transportation information article for more information.
Specific conditions must be met by Each foreigner planning to get into Kenya for reasons
The passport must be valid for six months starting on the date of entry
It is important that your passport gets validity of less than six months
You will be required by the immigration department to get at least two blank visa pages in your passport that are unstamped (for use in any exit and entry stamps). Missing pages may mean refusal/difficulties receiving entrance.
Depending on which country you come from, you might require a visa to enter Kenya.
Citizens from neighboring countries aren’t mandated to have a visa, they use visitor pass by the immigration unit at the airport or boundary points.
But, there are nationals who cannot input Kenya without progress visas, such as nationals from Iraq, Libya, Somalia, in addition to stateless persons, etc.. This listing is eligible for changes.
There are two ways of obtaining Kenyan visas:
In the airport on arrival, though frequently dull and marred by delays
Despite the kind of visit you intend to make, there are two Main visa options:
Authorizes one entry to the country.
Multiple journey visa
Permits entrances into the country. You might require triplicate copies of documentation that is required and to pay more for this kind of visa.
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