iVisa | Updated on Oct 03, 2022

Most nationalities in the world have access to Kenya’s eVisa system, and Sudanese are one of them. As a Sudanese, can apply for your Kenya eVisa online, and iVisa can be very helpful with that. Using our service, you can receive the eVisa in just 2 Business Days.

Learn more about this eVisa by reading the information in this article.


Frequently Asked Questions // FAQs

Do I need a visa to visit Kenya?

Sudanese people who plan to visit Kenya, must obtain first the approval of an eVisa.

What is the eVisa?

The eVisa is an authorized electronic document that allows visitors to travel to Kenya.

How long can Sudanese Citizens stay in Kenya with an eVisa?

90 days are the max time you can stay inside Kenya.

Which are the required documents to apply for the eVisa?

For a fast and smooth application process, we recommend that you put together everything you need first, and after that, you complete the online form. Rest assured that the requirements are easy to meet. You will need the following:

  • Minors Passport Bio Data Page (if applicable)

  • Applicant's Photo

  • Passport Cover

  • Passport Personal Details Scan

  • Proof of Accommodation (if applicable)

  • Invitation Letter (if applicable)

  • Host's ID (if applicable)

  • Hospital Letter (if applicable)

  • Appointment letter from Kenyan hospital (if applicable)

  • Organization's Certificate of Registration in the justice authority (if applicable)

  • Employment Proof (if applicable)

  • Previous Visas Last Year (if applicable)

You'll also require a valid payment method to pay iVisas' fees, which can be credit/debit card or Paypal Account. You need a valid e-mail address as well to receive your eVisa in PDF Format. Remember that it's advisable to print a few copies before the departure date.

Can you tell me the cost of the eVisa to go to Kenya?

iVisa offers you three options so that you can choose the best it suits for you:

  • Standard(6 Business Days) -USD $109.19.
  • Rush processing (4 Business Days) - USD $153.19.
  • Super Rush processing (2 Business Days) -USD $202.19.

Will it take me a long time to apply?

20 minutes it's all you need to fill in the form.

How can I apply?

After you handle the requirements, you can move on and start with the application form. If you get any trouble while submitting the form, please call our iVisa’s customer support service. Our service is open non-stop and it's free.

All the fill-in of the form consists of three steps:

  1. The part number one, focuses on general information and processing time. You are asked to choose the best processing time for you.

  2. The second step asks you to pay for the document itself and iVisa’s services. You also have to check your form for mistakes. If you find any, don't forget to correct them. Otherwise, the visa you receive will be invalid, and you'll need to apply for a new one.

  3. Finally, step number three is when iVisa gives you instructions on how to attach the documents in the form. After you do that, you are free to submit your request.

Obtaining a Kenya eVisa for Sudanese people is not that difficult, because we simplified everything!

How many times can I enter to Kenya?

If you're Sudanese, you can have Single Entry. This means you have just one time to access Kenya.

My children need a visa too?

Yes, they need to apply for their own eVisa in order to visit Kenya.

Can I apply for my family or friends?

Yes, you can. Just gather all their documents and go to our application form that you can find in our Ivisa's website. Fill the blank spaces with their info and then just send your request!

Are you a safe website?

We maintain a total safety for your private info with a special database. In addition, we offer confidentiality to our customers and the guarantee that our services are 100% bond. Check the testimonials of hundreds of our happy customers here.

Where can I read more about this?

You can get in touch with one of our representative service support here. There you will also find more details about the Kenya eVisa requirements

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