An investor registered with Kenya Investment Authority obtains an Investment Certificate upon request and proof of investment of at least 100 000 USD or its equivalent for a foreign investor and 1 000 000 KES or its equivalent for a local investor.
With this certificate the investor benefits from the initial issuance of any additional licences required for their operations except for health, security and environmental certificates for a maximum period of one year.
The investor is entitled to three class D entry permits for management or technical staff and three class C, F or G entry permits for owners, shareholders or partners for a maximum period of two years.
How obtain an investment certificate.
It should be addressed to the Managing Director Kenya Investment Authority and it should indicate the activities of the company.