Kenyan National ID
The Kenya High Commission was gazetted as a registration office in 2011. The attention of all applicants for Kenyan National ID cards should be drawn to immigration requirements set out below
ID Services
Things to note:

All Kenyans who attain the age of 18 years are eligible to issuance of Identity Cards

Persons who have acquired Kenyan citizenship by registration are also entitled to issuance of identity cards

Kenyans with Dual/Multiple citizenships are required to declare, click here for more information

Persons who have lost Kenyan citizenship are required to apply and regain before applying for any Kenyan documents. Click here for more information.

In line with the UK Government guidelines, everyone coming to the Mission must wear a mask and note that social distancing rules will be enforced.

Kenyans with 1st generation Identity Cards are required to apply for 2nd generation Identity Cards

Collection of IDs is strictly only via postal services.

As a measure in support of the containment of the spread of Covid-19, applicants are advised to provide at the time of application, a secure, registered and trackable self-addressed envelope with pre-paid postage stamps for the dispatch of their critical documents. The envelope should have sufficient return postage and clearly indicates full names and postcode of the applicant.

Kenyan National ID Services at the High Commission

The following categories of ID services are provided at the Mission, select your ID option below and read the information carefully, as it contains vital information for your ID application.

ID Card Applications

If you are of Kenyan Origin you may apply for a Kenyan National ID

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Lost / Damaged ID

If you hold a Kenyan ID and wish to replace it, click here to apply

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Change of Particulars

For Kenyan ID holders who wish to change their details on their ID cards.

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