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Do you want to apply for a settlement visa in Kenya or the UK?
On what basis would you stay in Kenya:
1. Are you married to a Kenyan National?
2. Do you wish to conduct Business in Kenya?
3. Do you wish to undertake missionary assignments?
4. Do you wish to study in Kenya?
You need to provide much more detail to obtain a decent answer.
not married but liveing with kenya
have land ther
The application process for the Kenyan business visa is very similar to the process for the Kenyan tourist visa, as it also guarantees entry to Kenya for no longer than 3 months.
The Kenyan business visa grants holders the right to attend meetings, conferences and other business-related activities. However, the holder is not permitted to be employed in any capacity during their time in Kenya.
An application for a Kenyan business visa requires that the applicant submit a valid passport, as well as a completed visa application form, a recent passport-sized photo and a letter from an acknowledged business as proof of their need to visit Kenya for business purposes.
Having looked at this in some detail, the Kenyan government does not issue settlement visas.
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