If you are an Australian national planning to transit through Kenya on your way to another country, you may need a Kenya transit visa. If your stop in Kenya will be 72 hours or less and you plan on leaving the airport, you will definitely need a transit visa. For Australians who are simply stopping in Kenya to catch a connecting flight with no plans to leave the airport, no transit visa would be required.
Simply put, a transit visa is a temporary visa that is valid for short periods of time and is used for passing through a country, but not staying there. If you will have a long layover in Kenya, it is recommended that you apply for a Kenya transit visa.
For Australian citizens looking to visit friends or take a day to explore Kenya, a transit visa would be great for a one or two day excursion. Anything longer than that and you would need to apply for a visa granting you a longer stay, such as a single entry visa.
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When iVisa begins issuing Kenya transit visas, you can be the first to know by checking our Visa Checker Tool for people traveling from Australia to Kenya. Currently, we offer eVisas for Australian citizens. This visa is great for touring and sightseeing in Kenya for up to 90 days and is valid for 90 days after issuance.
Requirements for Australia Transit Visa to Kenya
If you are worried about how to apply for Kenya transit visas, you can be confident in knowing that our services offer quick and complete online processing. iVisa is the leader in prompt, efficient, and friendly service. You will find that applying online is simple and secure, especially with our online form and encrypted data processing.
For future Kenya transit visas, you will need:
- Valid passport - Australians entering Kenya must have a valid passport with an expiration date six months or more out from the date of arrival in Kenya. One blank page is required.
- Passport photo - Send a recent photo, preferably taken within the past 6 months. The best photos have a clean, blank background and non-distracting clothes for clarity of personhood.
- Onward ticket - since you will not be staying in Kenya, you must have proof of this to obtain a transit visa.
- Email address - iVisa will send your transit visa via email. You can then print it out and take it with you to your port of entry within Kenya.
- Payment method - We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and PayPal.
Our single entry visa is great for Australians looking to tour Kenya, for sightseeing ventures, and visiting friends and family in Kenya. It does not take long to process single entry visas with our secured, fast processing.
As your personal consultants, our specialists will work with the Kenyan government to approve your eVisa, single entry or Kenya transit visa, sometimes in a matter of a few hours. We have over 11,000 reviews that aptly point out our easy-to-follow steps, our timely processing, and our fast and professional services.
So, if you are planning on traveling from Australia and need a Kenya transit visa, stay tuned as we are constantly updating iVisa to provide even more services to you. Our recommended online process will make your life so much easier.
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