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Application for Kenya Pupil’s Pass for Non-Kenyan Students

PUPIL’S PASS/STUDENT VISAS

Matters regarding legal immigration status in Kenya are dealt with through the office of the Deputy Principal Student Life. The following are directives of the college regarding acquisition and handling of student passes, according to Kenya Immigration requirements for applying for a Kenya Pupil’s pass (Student Visa):

NEW APPLICATION FOR A PUPIL’S PASS:

A student applying for pupil’s pass must present the following documents to the office of the DPSL:

  1. A duly filled Immigration Form R 17(obtained from the DPSL’s Department Room 2 F2).
  2. Copies of pages from your national passport (Page with biographical data and current immigration status).
  3. Two coloured passport sizes photographs.
  4. A letter from the college stating the applicant/student is in the college (available at the office of the Registrar)
  5. A letter from your sponsor/community/congregation indicating that they will take care of all your fees and accommodation for the duration of your studies.
  6. Copies of academic qualifications from previous educational institutions.
  7. A short CV detailing your biographical data, religious/formation life (for Religious), previous educational experience and any work experience.
  8. Within 90 days of staying in Kenya one is required to register as an alien. This has to be done personally and the college is not involved. For more details about alien registration, visit the immigration offices in Nyayo House.
  9. A payment of Kshs. 4500 (two year pupil’s pass) made out to the college finance office by cheque, bankers cheque or cash. Ugandans, Tanzanians and Rwandese will make a payment of Kshs. 500 only.

NB/ All payments for passes and permits must be made in the college finance office (not in the DPSL’S Offices) and a receipt issued. No claim can be made against payments made outside the finance office.

RENEWAL OF A PUPIL’S PASS:

Students renewing their pupil’s pass must present the following documents to the Office of the DPSL:

  1. A duly filled Immigration Form R 17 (obtained from the Office 2F2 of the DPSL).
  2. A Letter from the college stating the applicant/student is in the college (available at the Office of the Registrar).
  3. A Copy of the current Pupil’s pass
  4. A payment of Kshs. 4500 (two year pupil’s pass) made out to the college finance office by cheque, bankers cheque or cash. Ugandans, Tanzanians and Rwandese will make a payment of Kshs. 500 only.
  5. These documents are to be submitted two months prior to when the pass is expected and/or expiry of the current pass.
  6. The applicant will first pay the required amount to the finance office and will be issued with a receipt and two slips allowing them to make the application. The application and one slip will then be handed to the DPSL Office. This slip will be used to follow up on the progress of the Pupil’s Pass.
  7. If the student receives a one year pass, a refund of Kshs. 2000 will be given.
  8. A monthly follow up should be done to ensure that information is given on time to the student/ applicant and to the Deputy Student Life.
  9. A progress report (Transcript with Tangaza Seal).

NB/ All payments for passes and permits must be made in the college finance office (not in the DPSL’S Offices) and a receipt issued. No claim can be made against payments made outside the finance office.

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