Please ensure you have read and understood the guidelines and requirements both on www.ecitizen.go.ke and those listed below before submitting your application.
Applications for passports are accepted between 9.30hrs-13.00 hrs. (Monday - Friday) by Appointment only.
New passports or replacement of passports are applied through e-citizen portal (www.ecitizen.go.ke) You will require to download and print out the form at the end, sign, date the form and attach the required documents. Thereafter make an appointment through Kenya High Commission website (www.kenyahighcom.org.uk) and submit your documents in person at the High Commission for biometric capture.
32 pages Ordinary “A” series - Ksh. 4,550
48 pages Ordinary “B” series - Ksh. 6,050
64 pages Ordinary “C” series - Ksh. 7,550
48 pages Diplomatic Passport - Ksh. 7,550
Mutilated passport - Ksh.10,050
Lost Passport - Ksh12,050
Documents uploaded should be picture format (jpeg/jpg)
Persons born before 27th August 1987 and have acquired citizenship of other countries before promulgation of Kenya Constitution on 27th August 2010 will be required to provide proof of having regained and declared Kenya Citizenship.
Dual Citizens are required to declare their other nationality prior to renewing Kenya passports.
Those required to apply to regain Kenya citizenship are expected to await completion of the regaining process.
Note that Birth Certificate Entry. No. is the number that appears on the left-hand side of the birth certificate above the date of birth.
Persons born abroad must apply and obtain a Kenya born abroad birth certificate first. A copy of the Foreign Birth certificate is to be submitted as well.
Please provide your email address and a telephone contact in all your applications
Passport applications without complete requirements will not be processed. Please ensure all the requirements are met.
All minors must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.
Collection of passports 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 (not less than 500g) and clearly indicates full names and postcode of the applicant.
All foreign documents to be certified and stamped by a Notary, Solicitor, Commissioner for oaths