Want to Work In Kenya? Apply For Permits In Your Country
The government has directed the Immigration Department to immediately stop issuing work permits to foreigners. The move is reportedly aimed at curbing "mischief" by foreigners who come into the country as tourists before using proxy to get work permits.
Nairobi News, 12 December 2018
All foreign nationals are now required to apply for Kenyan work permits from their home countries before travelling to Kenya to take up their new jobs. Read more »
A group of tourists take photos at the iconic Tusks along Moi Avenue in Mombasa's CBD.
Capital FM, 11 December 2018
Foreigners seeking to work in the Kenya will be required to apply for a work permit while in their country of origin unlike before when they would be issued with one at the… Read more »
Kenya: Work Permit Swoop Worthy
Nation, 4 September 2018
A two-week crackdown that has led to the expulsion of nearly 1,000 foreigners who have been working in the country illegally is a laudable breakthrough. Read more »
President Uhuru Kenyatta says he hopes the move will prompt other African states to open up their borders. He also says that all East African Community nationals are free to work ... Read more »