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Kenya Visa for the citizens of Albania

Kenya Visa for the citizens of Albania
iVisa | Updated on May 18, 2019

As an Albanian citizen, you are not required to get a consular visa if you plan a trip to Kenya. That is because you are eligible for an electronic visa. As a result, you can obtain a Kenya visa online. iVisa can expedite the process so that you can get the travel document in as little as 2 hours.

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Kenya Visa for the citizens of Albania – the requirements

The first thing you have to accomplish is to put together a series of documents and information required during the application process. However, you should not have any issues doing that, and you may already have some of the things you need. Here is what you must have at hand:

  • Valid passport – you cannot apply for a Kenya visa online unless you are a passport holder. Furthermore, the passport needs to maintain its validity for at least another 6 months from the arrival date in Kenya.
  • A scan of your passport’s information page – you will have to upload it at some point during the application process.
  • A digital photo of yourself – you need to make sure that the picture is taken as recently as possible.
  • A return flight ticket – this just ensures the immigration officers that you plan to not overstay your visa.
  • Proof of accommodation – this can either be a hotel booking or an invitation letter from your host in Kenya.
  • Travel itinerary – this does not have to include every little activity you will do while in Kenya. Just the cities you plan to visit.
  • E-mail address – the Kenya visa arrives via e-mail in PDF format, and you need to print it out.
  • Means of payment – iVisa accepts multiple methods of payment. You can use a credit/debit card, PayPal, Alipay, or WeChat.

Kenya Visa for the citizens of Albania – the online application form

Putting together all of the above is not enough. You also have to fill in an application page. However, that should not take you more than 20 minutes, and if you need some assistance, iVisa’s customer support can be reached non-stop and does not charge.

The application form you are asked to complete is broken down into three steps. Step one wants your personal information, as well as passport info and travel details. Moreover, you have to choose a processing time option for your application, an action that establishes the cost of your Kenya visa. You can opt for one of the following:

  • Standard processing – this is the slowest option you have at hand, but most people go for it because it is also the cheapest. Your application is processed within 5 business days, and the cost is $88.
  • Rush processing – this time, things move a little bit faster. You receive your Kenya Visa within 2 days since you submit your application. You are charged $118 for this option.
  • Super Rush processing – this is the fastest option you can choose, but the most expensive as well. Your request is processed within just 2 hours, but the price goes as high as $153.

The second step will ask for your payment details, but you also need to review your form carefully. Even a simple mistake as a typo can invalidate your visa. Avoid that by correcting any errors that might have slipped in your form.

Finally, the third step wants you to upload the documents that support your application. As soon as you are done with that as well, you can submit your request, and iVisa will handle the bureaucracy that follows.

What is important to remember from all this is that the citizens of Albania will have an easy time applying for a Kenya Visa. The document you receive is valid for 3 months since issue, you can use it for a single entry and you are allowed to stay in Kenya for no more than 90 days.

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