Multiple Journey Visas
Multiple journey visa is issued to persons whose nationalities require visas to enter Kenya.
Eligible applicants must have three single journey visas issued in the last one year.
Nationals of Countries, Classes and Categories of Persons who require this Visa Click here;
- Three Visa application Form 22 to be duly filled, signed and dated;
- Original passport of the applicant with a validity of at least six months;
- Valid Passport/travel document of the applicants Bio data page and page showing validity of at least six months;
- Three(3) current, clear and un-mounted passport size photographs not less than 6 months. Click for specifications;
• No earing or headgear(no hats).
•Hair should be away from the face
- Three letters from the applicant detailing the need for a Multiple Journey Visa;
- Three copies of previous visas;
- Applicant applying for a Multiple Journey Visa to visit their spouses should avail in addition to the above, the following: -
- Three copies of the spouses National Identity Card if Kenyan;
- Residential/Work permit if spouse is a foreigner;
- Three copies of marriage certificate;
- Parent/s applying for Multiple journey Visa’s to Kenya to visit their children in school/s should avail three copies of valid pupil’s passes and copies of valid residential permit in their countries of residence;
- Processing period is within 90 days from time the Embassy receives the application request;
- Processing fees is SEK 150 and SEK 800 when the visa has been approved; and
- Payments to be made to KENYA EMBASSY STOCKHOLM ACCOUNT
- A self-address envelope with sufficient stamps, international coupons or click here for information on postal charges.
- Click for checklist to enable accurate submission of requirements
The possession of a visa for Kenya is not the final authority to enter Kenya. The Immigration Officer at the port of entry may refuse such a person permission to enter if he is satisfied that such a visitor is unable to fullfil the immigration requirements and that the entry and presence of such a visitor, in Kenya would be contrary to national interests even though such a person may be in possession of a valid visa for Kenya, provided that any such refusal is consented to by the Director of Immigration Services Nairobi, his Deputies or the charge of Immigration at all ports of entry or any other Senior Officer so authorized to deputize.