The Kenyan Embassy in Washington, DC has announced the resumption of in-person consular services effective Monday, October 19th.
“The Embassy of the Republic of Kenya in Washington DC would like to inform the general public of the resumption of limited in-person consular services at the Embassy with effect from Monday, October 19, 2020, at the address 1616 P Street NW, Suite 340 Washington DC 20036. (Please note that the Embassy building at 2249 R Street NW, Washington DC 20008 is currently under renovation),” the embassy said in a notice.
Due to the prevailing Covid-19 pandemic, the mission said all in-person services will strictly be offered on appointment basis “to enhance social distancing and in conformity with the order by the Washington DC authorities prohibiting a mass gathering of over fifty (50) persons in an enclosed space.”
Some of the in-person services to be offered include applications for the e-passport and Kenyan Identity Card (ID).
“All other consular applications like visa, emergency travel certificate, police clearance, and birth certificate should continue being sent by mail,” the embassy added.
Walk-in services at the embassy were suspended on March 16th, 2020 in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak in the US and other parts of the world.
Open the link below for guidelines on appointment; https://kenyaembassydc.org/resumption-consular-services/