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What are the required documents for a Kenya visa?
When apply for your Kenya visa online, you only need the following documents:
A scanned copy of your passport ID page.
A recent passport photo.
A travel itinerary. If you don't have one, you can let Atlys generate one for you.
How can I track the status of my Kenya visa?
To track your visa status, go to the Atlys app or online portal and go to your profile. There, you'll be able to see the status of your visa.
Is it necessary to provide a hard copy of the e-visa when traveling to Kenya?
Yes, carrying a printout or a digital copy of the e-visa approval email is necessary. This will serve as proof of your valid visa and facilitate the immigration process upon arrival in Kenya.
Can I apply for my child’s visa on their behalf?
Yes, you can. If you choose to apply through Atlys, you can apply for a visa for the whole family.
What happens if my visa is denied?
You can reapply for your visa after your visa is denied. To do so, ensure you have fixed the reasons that caused the rejection. You will lose the funds when applying through government or online portals, except Atlys. On Atlys, you are guaranteed a refund of up to ₹8000 or $100 on rejected visas. Note that the refund excludes the service fees.
How will I receive my visa?
You’ll receive your visa via the registered email. You can then download and print the visa.
Is it possible to apply for a Kenya e-visa if I am already in Kenya?
No, the Kenya e-visa must be obtained prior to your arrival in Kenya. It is not possible to apply for an e-visa once you are already in the country. Make sure to complete the e-visa application process and receive the e-visa approval before your trip to Kenya.
Can I apply for a Kenya e-visa if I am traveling for volunteer work or a charity project?
Yes, you can apply for a Kenya e-visa if you are traveling for volunteer work or a charity project. The e-visa covers various travel purposes, including tourism, business, and volunteer activities. Select the appropriate visa category and provide accurate information regarding your travel purpose during the application process.
What should I do if I need to change my travel dates after obtaining a Kenya visa?
If you need to change your travel dates after obtaining a Kenya visa, you can contact Atlys for some insight on what to do. However, it's possible that you'll have to apply for a new visa.
Can I work or engage in employment activities with a Kenya tourist visa?
No, a Kenya tourist visa does not permit you to work or engage in employment activities in the country. If you intend to work in Kenya, you would need to apply for an appropriate work visa or permit through the relevant immigration authorities.
Can I apply for a Kenya e-visa if I have previously visited other countries with e-visa systems?
Yes, having previously visited other countries with e-visa systems does not generally impact your eligibility for a Kenya e-visa. Each country has its own visa requirements and processes, and the eligibility for a Kenya e-visa is primarily based on your nationality. It is recommended to check the official e-visa website of Kenya for the most accurate and up-to-date information.
Can I apply for a Kenya visa if I have a layover in Kenya but don't intend to leave the airport?
If you have a layover in Kenya and don't intend to leave the airport, you generally do not need to apply for a Kenya visa. However, suppose you plan to exit the airport or have an extended layover that requires you to pass through immigration. In that case, it is advisable to check the specific visa requirements based on your nationality.
How does the Kenya visa process work?
You can learn more about Kenya visa by reading here