Importation of Pets
Those wishing to travel with their cats or dogs must obtain an importation licence from the Embassy before travel. This should be done at least six days before the date of arrival of the animal in Kenya.
Documents required are;
- Passport of the animal
- An anti-rabbis Vaccination Certificate
- A medical certificate from the veterinary dating less than 6 days prior to the arrival date of the animal into Kenya.
- 50 Euros fee for the licence.
Vaccinations and other health requirements
There is no mandatory health requirement for visitors wishing to travel to Kenya, however, yellow fever vaccination and an anti-malarial treatment is recommended.
Foreign Nationals Intending to Conduct a Marriage in Kenya
Foreign nationals intending to conduct a marriage in Kenya need to have the following documents:
- Birth Certificates
- Valid Passports
- Decree Absolutes (if divorced)
- Death Certificate (If widowed)
- Separate Statutory Declarations sworn at a solicitor’s/Notary’s Office, stating the fact that one is single and free to marry. This should bear the solicitor’s signature and Official stamp.
- Parental consent in form of a legal document for persons below 21 years of age
- Residency in Kenya for at least 21 days. If this is not possible then a Special Licence should be obtained beforehand by contacting the Registrar’s Office in Kenya.
The Registrar Of Marriages, P.O. Box 30031, Nairobi, Kenya