Matiang’i rolls out four new passport issuance centres
SEE ALSO :Need a passport? Book an appointmentSix other centers have also been set up in the diaspora. The stations in Washington DC, Dubai and Pretoria, South Africa are already operational. Kenyans in London, Berlin, and Paris will wait for mid-July to receive the services. Speaking at the launch of the Nakuru station, Interior CS Fred Matiang’i said the additions will strengthen the government’s administrative systems and improve service delivery. “We adopted an incremental and systems-wide implementation approach. In the short- to medium-term, we expect to put in place customized administrative systems to support regions, counties and foreign missions,” he said. He added that in the long-term, ‘the programme will encompass monitoring and evaluation of our immigration systems and the general efficiency and effectiveness in delivering these services to our fellow Kenyans’. The old generation passports will be invalid from September 1, 2019.
SEE ALSO :Passport collection goes digitalA photocopy of your recommender’s National ID or passport Copies of filled out and printed online application forms Three passport size photos Invoices as proof of payment of prescribed fee Copies of parents’ National ID or passport (for applicants below the age of eighteen years).
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