Can anybody advise me why the previously simple Visa on Arrival process has been made vastly more difficult by the requirement to take fingerprints and photos. On my arrival off BA on 01 Oct I was nearly first off the aircraft and yet had to wait over 1hr 45mins while everybody wanting a visa on arrival was both fingerprinted and photographed. (I wonder if fingerprinting without permission is legal ?) I asked what would happen if I refused to give my fingerprints and the answer was that I would be refused entry!
I have a feeling that the US is using Kenya as a means of increasing its database ???
Strangely, I also had my fingerprints taken on departure. Maybe somebody should advise the general travelling public of this Kenyan requirement.