Consular services include:
Registration of Kenyans
Consular services to Kenyans residing in Burundi or visiting can be offered more efficiently if registration with the Embassy is done promptly upon arrival in Burundi.
It is always advisable to include copies of the relevant pages of your own and your family’s Kenyan passports. These will come in handy in cases of emergency (e.g. stolen passport). For the same reason, you should keep copies of all Kenyan documents at home.
Digitization of Authentication Services
All official Government of Kenya documents requiring authentication should be submitted through the Ministry of Foreign and Diaspora Affairs’ online platform mfa.ecitizen.go.ke.
Assistance to Kenyans in distress
Kenyans residing or visiting Burundi are strongly urged to ensure that they observe the laws and regulations of this country in order to avoid getting into costly legal processes. Kenyans are particularly urged to keep their immigration status valid at all times, and avoid being at the risk of facing deportation proceedings. All travel documents should in addition be kept valid. It is extremely important to register with the Embassy in case of any eventualities.
If for any reason you are arrested and/or detained:
Requirements for non-Kenyans wishing to conduct a marriage ceremony in Kenya
The Registrar of Marriages
Department of the Registrar-General
PO Box 30031-00100
Senior Assistant Registrar General
PO Box 80366
According to the Constitution of Kenya and the Kenya Citizenship and Immigration Act of 2011, the Dual Citizenship is permissible in Kenya.
Kindly visit the Department of Immigration Services’ website at http://www.immigration.go.ke for details on the dual citizenship.
The Directorate of Immigration Services is a Directorate under the Ministry of Interior and Coordination of National Government. It is charged with the responsibility of issuance of Passports and other Travel Documents, Regulation of Entry and Exit from the country, Foreign Nationals Management and Registration of Kenyan Citizenship.