UK updates consular fees for Kenya

Updated Consular fees for December 2018
Updated Consular fees for December 2018.

The British government have updated their consular fees for services provided by the High Commission in Nairobi.

Consular services abroad include notarial, documentary and legalisation fees.

Coming into effect from 4 December 2018, the updated fees are as follows:

  • Preparing any certificate, declaration or document not listed elsewhere in this table in English or any other language (£50 / Ksh 6,800);
  • Administering an oath of British Citizenship under the British Nationality Act 1981 (£100 / Ksh 13,600);
  • Making a search in the consular register of births, deaths, marriages or civil partnerships where the number or date of entry is not provided or the naturalisation, registration or renunciation records kept by a consular officer (£50 / Ksh 6,800);
  • Administering an application for, and if successful providing, an Emergency Travel Document (£100 / Ksh 13,600);
  • Exceptionally, administering an application for, and, if successful, providing an Emergency Passport, on Emergency occasions when it is not possible to provide a Travel Document (£75 / Ksh 10,200);
  • Arranging, exceptionally, for currency to be made available against the deposit of funds: £0.01-£99.99 (£10 / Ksh 1,360), £100.00-£499.99 (£25 / Ksh 3,400) and >£500.00 (£50 / Ksh 6,800);
  • Providing the services of a consular officer or a consular employee in relation to any other service which the consular post or diplomatic mission has agreed to undertake, for each hour or part hour (to include travel time if performed away from the consular premises) and in addition to direct costs, if any (£150 / Ksh 20,400).

Information correct as of 5 December. For the latest consular fees in Kenya, please visit the UK Government website.

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