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Kenya is an East African country bordered by the Indian Ocean and Lake Victoria. Nairobi is the capital city of Kenya and it is the only city that has a national park. Kenya’s unique physiography, from highlands to glaciers, provides an abundance and diversity of species with scientific and commercial worth. 

Kenya’s mixed economic system combines individual freedom with centralized financial planning and government regulation.

 

Kenya is the location of the Great Wildebeest Migration, one of the most famous natural cycles in the world, as well as Africa’s second-highest mountain. It is also renowned for its world record-breaking athletes, abundant biodiversity, and wonderful safari locations.

 

Most people immigrate to Kenya for a variety of reasons, including to live and work (job contracts or new businesses). Many people who relocate to Kenya for employment fall in love with the nation, the people, and the climate.

People who need to stay in Kenya for longer than six months and would like to work, live, or volunteer should apply for a work/residence visa. An employer must apply for work permits on behalf of workers.

These are the required documents for a work permit:

Kenya, like many other nations throughout the world, grants permanent resident status to foreign people who want to live there for the foreseeable future.

The documents required for obtaining Permanent Residence:

Kenyan Business visa allows foreign nationals to enter Kenya for business purposes. It is a single-entry travel document that allows visitors to stay in the nation for thirty days. Visa extensions of up to 90 days are available to eligible nations.

For a successful application, all nationalities must submit the following documents for a business visa:

The global mobility section of Direct U.S. Immigration assists prospective foreign nationals in their immigration to Kenya. We offer expert guidance and application procedures whether you want to start a business in Kenya, reunite with your family, or immigrate as a skilled worker.

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