CATEGORIES OF ENTRY VISAS TO THE REPUBLIC OF KENYA and online through Applicants must submit a valid passport with sufficient number of unused pages for endorsements of visa label.
The passport must be signed and valid for at least six months.
Please note that Australian authorities require that visitors who have been to Kenya hold valid Yellow fever certificates upon re-entry.
W v Attorney General & 3 others Petition 484 of 2014 High Court of Kenya at Nairobi Constitution and Human Right Division Mumbi Ngugi J May 26, 2016 Reported by Long’et Terer Brief Facts: The petition concerned the rights of children born outside marriage with the main issue revolving around the registration of their births and the circumstances under which the name of the biological father should be inserted in the birth certificate of the child.
NB: PLEASE REMOVE AND RETAIN THE AUSTRALIAN PASSPORTS’ WALLET/SLEEVE AS WELL AS IMMUNIZATION CERTIFICATES WHEN SUBMITTING THE APPLICATION.
WHILE EVERY CARE IS TAKEN WHEN HANDLING THE APPLICATIONS, THE MISSION CANNOT BE HELD LIABLE FOR THE LOSS/MISPLACEMENT OF THESE ITEMS. REFERRED VISA INFORMATION: The following nationals and/or categories of persons require Referred Visa NB: Applications are then forwarded to the Immigration Department in Nairobi for processing.
Applicants wishing to stay in Kenya longer than three months (90 days) should contact the Department of Immigration, Nairobi for the relevant long-term permits or extension of their visitors’ passes ( visit for more information).
Waiver of Visa Fees for Children Under 16 Years: The Government of Kenya has waved visa fees for all children under 16 years of age who are accompanying their parents to Kenya for holidays. (Please note that the double transit visa is no longer being issued) The form contains instructions on the visa requirements and the application process.