12-12-2020 by redazione
As we announced yesterday, from 1 January 2020, tourists will only be allowed to enter Kenya if they have applied for a visa online, at accounts.ecitizen.go.ke/register/visitor.
Here is what is needed and what will be asked in the form that must be filled in all its spaces, especially those marked with an asterisk.
Incomplete applications will be rejected.
And in any case bear in mind that possession of a visa is not the final authority for entering the Republic of Kenya and that any false information or inappropriate uploads will be punishable by refusal of the visa.
Firstly, your travel document must be valid for no less than six months and there must be at least three blank pages in your passport.
You will be required to take a photograph of your outbound ticket, and you must also show your regular return ticket.
You will be asked to upload a recent passport photo in colour on a light background.
Also attach your passport page with your details and the page with your photo.
If you have been to Kenya before, please also attach the page with the number and date of your last visa.
Home address, email address and mobile phone number
Place of stay in Kenya and contact details
Name and phone of parents if still alive
Name and phone of wife/husband if married
Name and phone of friend in Kenya
The cost of an e-Visa is no different to a paper visa, but always depends on the exchange rate applied by the website.
All visa applications carry a service fee of $1.
The visa processing fee is non-refundable.
Please note that children sixteen (16) years of age and under are exempt from paying the visa fee and are not required to apply for a visa.
(with the cooperation of Jinkotours Malindi)
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