The document is valid for 6 months with a duration of 30 days for each entry.
A visa is not a work permit and holders must not engage in any employment or receive salaries during their business meetings or conferences in the country.
For a business visa request, the Embassy or Consulate of Kenya requires the following:
1.) a valid passport with 6 months validity remaining;
2.) two recent passport photos;
3.) a return ticket or letter from your travel agent verifying your travel plans;
4.) a completed Kenya visa application form;
6.) a self-addressed prepaid return envelope with postage (UPS, FedEx, Express Mail, Airborn Express, FedEx, UPS or Prior Mail only);
The letter must also state that your employer accepts financial responsibility for your living expenses including return transportation. It should be duly signed by an authorized person in your company other than yourself.
It takes three to four working days to process a business visa in Kenya, but the duration varies for applications done outside the country – depending on the nationality of the applicant and the type of entry clearance being requested.