Apart from saving visitors time and resources that could have gone to visiting High Commissions for visa application, the launch of the e-Visa in Kenya will definitely is definitely a positive leap in ICT adoption for our public services. Maybe, it could even save the economy a few millions in, terms of Human Resource support in foreign consulates! And while this may not sound very pleasant to those on the other side of the radar, stakeholders agree this is a positive step in restructuring our tourism industry. Here are five facts you need to keep in mind on the subject as covered by Jovago.com.
From 1st of July (2015), anyone seeking a visa to Kenya must apply online on the government portal www.ecitizen.go.ke. The visitor shall then upload their passport size photo and get issued with a print out of their application complete with an e-Visa application number. This printed document should be presented to the immigration officers at the point of entry into the country for authorization and stamping. However, visitors can still enjoy the grace period of up to September …read more
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