Travelling to Pakistan
If you are travelling to Pakistan for business or leisure you will require a visa to enter. Please note that the granting of any Pakistan Visa is dependent upon consular discretion.
Passports and other documents accepted for entry must be valid on arrival.
- One prescribed application form duly filled in along with copy of passport and two passport size photographs with a blue background.
- Copy of Resident Visa (for other than residents of Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Eritrea, Somalia or Burundi).
- Applicant should apply in person or through relative/friend (with authority letter).
- Applicant should be resident in Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Eritrea, Somalia and Burundi.
- Return air-ticket showing onward journey in case of transit visa.
- International Certificate of Vaccination against Yellow Fever.
- A letter from the employer/guardian.
- One year bank statement along with employer’s letter and confirmed hotel booking in Pakistan in case of tourist/visit visa.
- A letter from the local Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Firm/Business Profile and Invitation Letter from the counterpart in Pakistan, if travelling for Business purpose. A bank statement for the past six months duly verified by the bank is also required.
- A Note Verbal from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of concerned Mission in case of holding Diplomatic/Official passport. If holding UN Laissez-Passer, a note Verbal from UN office is required.
- Study visas are issued only on receipt of admission letter/No Objection Certificate from the ministry of Interior, Islamabad.
- When one parent is travelling with children, no objection from the other parent, in writing with copy of ID, is required.
- Fee (charged on the basis of reciprocity).
Extension of stay is possible; to be applied for at the Ministry of Interior.
Passengers arriving within 6 days after leaving or transiting countries with risk of yellow fever transmission and not holding a yellow fever vaccination certificate are subject to quarantine for 6 days.
Vaccination against Polio prior to departure from Pakistan required for all nationals and residents of Pakistan, and for visitors staying in Pakistan for more than 4 weeks.
Kenyan High Commission in Islamabad, Pakistan
Plot # 1-2-3, Street # 27, Ramna 5
Diplomatic Enclave. Islamabad, Pakistan
Telephone: (+92) 51 260 1504 / 6
Fax: (+92) 51 260 1507
HEAD OF MISSION
Mrs Mishi Masika Mwatsahu, High Commissioner
Flights to Pakistan
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