It is required by law that any foreign national seeking to enter Kenya for purposes of working, learning, touring or any other activity that is accepted in the land, should apply and attain a permit that will recognise and facilitate them. Some of the permits required are Entry visas, Student pass, Work permits and the exit visas.
This is an official permission granted to foreign nationals to enter and remain in Kenya temporarily for a specific period of time. An entry visa is granted at the embassy representing Kenya in the country of origin or at the point of entry into Kenya e.g. Airports or the boarders.
This is a document issued to applicants (foreign nationals) (section 30(1) of the Kenya Citizenship and Immigration Regulations 2012, who wish to purse their education in Kenya’s Education or Training Institutions where they have been accepted or admitted. The applicant must have been accepted as a student by an approved Educational or Training Establishment. (Picture)
Requirements for a student pass application to be submitted by or on behalf of applicants are:
Registration of foreign nationals is governed by the Kenya Citizenship and Immigration Act of 2011 part VII (56) 2 laws of Kenya. The law requires that all foreigners resident within Kenya for a period exceeding 90 days be registered as aliens. On a student perspective, it is required that a student registers as an alien immediately after they have been granted a student/internship passes.
Seek assistance from the office of international student’s affairs for assistance on alien card application.
PLEASE NOTE: All Documents To Be Submitted To The Office Of The Dean Of Students Within The First Two Weeks Of The First Semester.
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