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How to Apply for Kenya Visa from Nigeria 2021 Latest Guide

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Kenya Visa from Nigeria: If you are going to be in Kenya for no more than 72 hours or less as a Nigerian citizen and want to leave the airport, you will need a Kenya transit visa. Without this visa, you will only be able to stay within the airport for connecting international flights only.

This article is about getting a Kenyan visa from Nigeria.

How to Apply for Kenya Visa from Nigeria 2021 Latest Guide

The Kenyan government needs people of other nationalities to get a visa before they can be allowed to travel through the country, tour or do business in the country.

Kenya E-Visa refers to some Kenya visas that are delivered online rather than by filling out traditional paper visas.

What is a Kenyan Visa Application Fee?

The Kenyan visa application fee is for processing the Kenyan visa. Children travelers (16 years and below) may not have to pay the visa fees or apply for a visa. However, visa fee payment is compulsory for adults visiting Kenya.

Nigerian travelers have the option of applying for a Kenya visa from Nigeria or get a ‘Kenya visa on arrival’ for a particular service charge. For more information, visit the Kenyan Embassy office or Kenyan embassy website.

Kenya tourist visa is a single entry visa issued to people from countries that require a visa to enter Kenya, and whose main purpose of the visit is tourism.

It is usually valid for 90 days for stays of 90 days, although it can be renewed once in the country for a maximum of 6 months’ stay.

Kenya Transit Visa is also a single entry visa issued online to people connecting through Kenya to other countries if they want to leave the airport. It is valid for 90 days, for a stay of 72 hours.

Kenya Business Visa is a single entry visa issued to people who wish to do business in Kenya. It is valid for 90 days for a stay of up to 90 days.

The Main Types of Kenyan E-Visas are:

  • Kenya Tourist Visa
  • Kenya Transit Visa
  • Kenya Business Visa.

Kenya Visa Requirements

All Kenya E-Visa types attract a service charge and a card handling fee, although the amounts differ depending on the type of visa. The transit visa attracts a lesser charge compared to the tourist and business visas.

The basic requirements for the single entry Kenya Visa include:

  1. a valid travel document,
  2. at least one blank page on the passport
  3. A return ticket.

The transit visa requires you to have an onward ticket while applying. Applicants are also required to attach various documents depending on the type of travel.

Business travelers must attach an invitation letter from the hosting company together with copies of registration of the company.

Tourists must attach a travel itinerary and hotel bookings. All applicants must also attach a clear passport photo that follows set guidelines and a clear passport biodata page.

How to apply for a Kenya visa

How to Apply for Kenya Tourist, Visit or Business Visa in Nigeria

  1. Gather Your Documents
  2. Submit Your Documents at the Embassy

After you have successfully compiled the supporting documents, you can visit the Embassy of Singapore for application submission. You should take along your visa fee and be prepared to pay in cash.

  1. Collect Your Passport

The embassy will alert you once your passport is ready for pick up.

If you have not taken our free visa eligibility test, we advise you to take the test now in order to properly plan your application.

How to Pay Kenya Visa Fee in Nigeria?

You can pay the Kenya visa fee through your MasterCard, Visa card and other debit cards. You may visit the Kenyan eVisa Portal through the following link for more information about online payment:

However, you may pay your visa fees at the port of entry in Kenya if you decide to obtain a ‘Kenya visa on arrival.’

With all this done, your trip to Kenya is assured.

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