Address: 4th Floor Delta Office Suites Manyani Road, off Waiyakai Way
PO Box 30659-00100, Nairobi.
Tel: + 254 205 135 300
Opening Hours: 8 am – 4 pm.
Consular office opening hours: 8.30 am – 12.30 pm.
The office of the Honorary Consul in Nairobi has now closed and all consular inquiries should be directed to the Embassy.
You must provide an up-to-date bank statement, showing what money has been paid into and out of the account over the last six months. You must submit this whether or not you are covering the costs of the visit yourself.
Bank statements must be on headed paper – internet printouts will not be accepted.
Your name, address, account number, and account type must be visible on the statement. Any large lodgments must be explained.
If you are sending a bank statement from a deposit/savings account, you must also include a letter from your bank confirming that you are allowed to withdraw money from that account.
If a third party is covering your costs, you must show how you are linked/known to this person.
There is no set amount of funds that will result in the approval or refusal of an application. The Visa Officer will decide whether you have enough funds based on your individual circumstances.
How long you have been employed there,
The dates you will be on annual leave from,
The date you will be returning to work in that employment.
If you are a student, you must provide a letter from your college stating:
The course you are studying,
How many years you have been a student there,
How many years/terms you have left at that college, and that you will be returning there following your visit to Ireland.
We are a Travel Management Company and we offer visa assistance service at a standardized non-refundable fee. Contact us for more information.