14-03-2022 by redazione
The reopening of tourism from Italy to Kenya and vice versa has not only reactivated the flow of incoming travelers to the African country, allowing the entire tourism sector to breathe at the end of the season, but has also restored the desire of many Kenyans to travel to Italy and many others to return as tourists after two years of restrictions.
There are many reasons that lead Kenyans to apply for visas to Italy these days: reasons of study, previous friendships with Italian citizens or relatives, even if not direct, with other Kenyans who have lived in our country for some time. There are also visa requests dictated by marriage projects or, in any case, cohabitation. Relationships often matured or refined virtually in the pandemic era and that can now become de facto or return to express themselves in the physical and daily reality.
For all this, obviously, there is the procedure to be respected and faced in order for a Kenyan citizen to go to Italy. Surely, with the resumption of the whole process in which several parties are involved, one must be patient in following the procedures.
Let's remember then what you have to do in order for a Kenyan to have a visa for Italy.
First of all, it is important to know that the consulates do not issue visas. In order to obtain the form to fill in and book the appointment, it is necessary to visit the site www.vfsglobal.com , where it is possible to see and download the information regarding all the documents to be presented subsequently.
Any further information can be obtained by writing to the e-mail address email@example.com.
After having obtained all the information and being in possession of all the required documents, you must go to the Italy Visa Application Center on the second floor of the West One Office in the Parklands district (in front of the Engen Petrol Station). To confirm the appointment you can call the office at +254202362528.
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