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    The use of e-visa application by Indians heading to Kenya has soared as a lot of travellers are favouring the convenience the system is offering. Online visa applications, which were introduced in 2015, is processed in two days time but also runs simultaneously with Kenya’s manual process at the country’s points of entry for visitors… Read More »

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  • Kenya recently decided to change its visa scheme. The country has now gone virtual in terms of issuing visas to applicants who wish to enter the Kenyan territory. This was declared on the 1st of September this year. Applicants cannot take their visa after entering Kenya any more. The application for a visa must be… Read More »

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    Online visas will now be available within 48 to 72 hours, not 7 days, the Immigrations department has said. Director general Gordon Kihalangwa said applications, via evisa.go.ke, will be sustained and arising issues addressed. The aim is to end cash handling by Immigration officers, Kihalangwa said, adding that 16,261 visas have been processed so far.… Read More »

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  • Kenya ends visas-on-arrival program
    Posted on August 23, 2015
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    Starting Sept. 1, travelers will no longer be able to purchase visas-on-arrival in Kenya but will instead need to apply and pay for their visas online onwww.ecitizen.go.ke. This facility is for single entry tourists and transit visas only. The Kenyan Department of Immigration Services launched the online visa-application portal on July 1, initiating a two-month… Read More »

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    Online visas will now be available within 48 to 72 hours, not 7 days, the Immigrations department has said. Director general Gordon Kihalangwa said applications, via evisa.go.ke, will be sustained and arising issues addressed. The aim is to end cash handling by Immigration officers, Kihalangwa said, adding that 16,261 visas have been processed so far.… Read More »

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    Come midnight tonight, July 2, 2015, major changes in Kenya’s visa policy will come into place. Unlike in the past when many nationalities were able to get their visa on arrival in Nairobi or Mombasa, intending visitors will now have to apply for an e-Visa in advance, with processing days taking as much as a… Read More »

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