Kenya

Kenya


VISA SERVICES FOR KENYA HIGH COMMISSION:

Gerrys VDB started visa drop box services for the Kenya High Commission in September 2010. These services are provided to the Kenyan visa applicants from Gerrys countrywide offices.

VISA APPLYING PROCESS:

Applications can be submitted at Gerrys offices in person by the applicants or their authorized representatives. Applicants do not require any appointments at Gerrys offices to submit their applications.

Before applying, please ensure you are very clear on your purpose of visit therefore it is strongly recommended to read the document requirements (attached under) as provided by the Kenya High Commission.

Do remember we are here to assist and help you through the entire visa application process but are not permitted to advise or guide you on choosing a visa category. Since our work is primarily administrative in nature, we have no say on whether you will be granted a visa and how long it will take to process your application, as this is entirely the prerogative of the High Commission.

An interview may also be conducted by the Consular Official at the Kenya High Commission.

VVisa Categories and Requirements:

Gerrys offices provide handling of applications for the following visa categories only

  • Transit Visa
  • Single Entry Visa (Business, Tourism, Family Visit)
  • EATV (East Africa Tourist visa)

Note: EATV visa will be valid for 3 months (90 days) single but multiple within the three partner states. (Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda). The EATV will run parallel to the Kenyan visa as all the same requirements of Kenya visit visa continue to apply.

Visa document requirements and applications form can be downloaded from the following links

Application Form

Document Requirements

Processing Time:

Kenya high Commission normally takes up to a week to process the visa applications. This time could vary depending on the procedures at the High Commission.

After issuance of the Visa:

All visitors to Kenya must be in possession of certificate of vaccination against yellow fever and cholera. Anyone who fails to comply with this regulation may be refused to enter Kenya by the Kenyan Immigration authority at the port of entry.