Types Of Visas In Kenya

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1. Ordinary/Singe Entry Visa

Required by all persons intending to enter Kenya for visits or residency. The current standard visa fee for an ordinary or a Single Journey entry visa is US $ 50.

2. Transit Visa

Required by all person intending to transit trough Kenya for periods not exceeding seven days. The transit visa fee shall be US $20.

3. Diplomatic Visa

Issued gratis to holder of a Diplomatic Passport on official business.

NOTE:Diplomats and governing officials on private visits to Kenya and who are nationals of countries that require referred visas shall have their visa applications referred to the Principal Immigration Officer, Nairobi, for approval.

4. Official/Service Visa

Official, Service, Ordinary/Transit Visas are issued gratis to holders of Official or Service passport on official visits

5. Multiple Journey Visa

All persons who are nationals of countries which require visas for Kenya and who by nature of their business or circumstances require to make frequent visits to Kenya may be issued with Multiple Journey Visa for Kenya within six (6) or twelve (12) months as the case may be.

Multiple Journey Visas are referred to the Principal Immigration Office for processing and approval, ad are valid for six (6) or twelve (12) months as the case may be. The standard fee for a multiple journey visa is US $100 for all nationalities.

6. Courtesy Visas

Courtesy, Transit and Ordinary Visas may be issued gratis in accordance with the Provisions of categories 1, 2 and 3 of the Visa Regulations, where the applicant is not entitled to a Diplomatic Visa, but where it is considered by the issuing officer to be desirable on the grounds of international courtesy. 

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