Fees for Visas, Residence Permit and Consular

All fees must be paid in KES.  

NB! Fees and Payment instrucrions for Visas applied for at VFS, see further instructions on https://www.vfsglobal.se/Kenya/how_to_apply.html 

Important! The Embassy does not accept cash payments over the counter, nor do we accept international wire transfers. Please, always make a deposit of the fee with the following details at the bank. Bring the receipt as proof of payment. Note that there is a bank account for visa application fees only and there is another bank account for other types of cases.


THE FOLLOWING BANK DETAILS MUST BE USED FOR THE TYPES OF CASES BELOW!


Bank: Commercial Bank of Africa Ltd
Account No. 6463710059
Currency: Kenyan Shillings
Name: Embassy of Sweden


RESIDENCE AND WORK PERMIT FEES

Residence and work permit for adults reuniting with a family member KES 17,000 (SEK 1500)

Residence permit for children reuniting with a family member KES 8,500 (SEK 750)

Residence permit for purposes of visit, international exchange (artist, au pair, sportsman/woman, trainee/apprentice, youth exchange) and studies for adults KES 11,000 (SEK1,000)
Accompanying children KES 6,000 (SEK 500)

Residence permit for purposes of work for adults KES 23,000 (SEK 2,000)

Alien's passport KES 8,500 (SEK 750)

Temporary alien's passport KES 6,000 (SEK 500)

Exemptions – residence permit

Husbands, wives, registered partners or common-law spouses and children under the age of 18 who are applying for a residence permit on the grounds of family ties to a foreign citizen who has received a residence permit as a person in need of protection or due to particularly distressing circumstances No fee (Gratis) (Parents and siblings to children in need of protection and living in Sweden are not covered by the exceptions!)

Family members of EU/EEA citizens No fee (Gratis)

EU*/EEA citizens No fee (Gratis)

Citizens of Switzerland and their family members No fee (Gratis)

Citizens of Japan No fee (Gratis)

Students at the World Maritime University in Malmö No fee (Gratis)

Students who have been awarded scholarships by Sida or other Swedish or international organisation such as the EU or UNICEF. No fee (Gratis)

VISA FEES-WHEN YOU APPLY DIRECTLY AT THE EMBASSY

Visa KES 7,050 (Euro 60)

Visa for children between 6 and 12 years (i.e. until the age of 12 minus 1 day) KES 4,100 (Euro 35)

Exemptions – visa fees

Visas for children under 6 years (i.e. until the age of 6 minus 1 day) No fee (Gratis)

Visas for school pupils, students (university) and their accompanying teachers for purpose of education/studies No fee (Gratis)

Visas for postgraduates scholars for purposes of research No fee (Gratis)

Visas for students who have been awarded scholarships from Sida or other Swedish or international organizations such as the EU or UN organizations No Fee (Gratis)

Visas for representatives of non-profit organisations aged 25 years or younger participating in seminars, conferences, sports, cultural or educational events organised by non-profit organisations. No fee (Gratis)

Holders of diplomatic and service passports, (on official travel) No fee (Gratis)

Family members of EU*/EEA citizens No fee (Gratis)


PASSSPORT AND SWEDISH CITIZENSHIP

Swedish national passport KES 16,000 (SEK 1400)

Swedish temporary passport KES 18,000 (SEK 1600)

Notification of Swedish citizenship KES 2,000 (SEK 175)

Application for Swedish citizenship KES 17,000 (SEK 1,500)

ETD KES 6,000 (SEK 500)

Handing out of passports issued by another authority KES 1,700 (SEK
150)

Handing out of UT-cards at the Swedish consulates (the applicant chooses the
courier and pays for the postage too) KES 1,700 (SEK 150)


OTHER CONSULAR FEES

Certificates KES 1,300 (SEK 120)

Driver's license KES 4,500 (SEK 400)

If application has been processed and fee paid in Sweden KES 1,700 (SEK 150)

Marriage KES 7,000 (SEK 600)

National ID-card KES 16,000 (SEK 1400)

Certificate of life No fee (Gratis)

Special fees apply for service outside office hours.


*Swedish citizens are not considered EU citizens in this context