Rwandan Nationality/Citizenship

Foreign nationals of 18 years of age and above, living in Rwanda or abroad may apply for Rwandan Nationality provided they fulfil the necessary requirements as provided by the Rwandan Law on Nationality. Below are the eligibility criteria, as...

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Emergency Travel Documents

Duly filled application form in CAPITAL print (issued on arrival at High Commission) Completion of Declaration form regarding the loss of a passport or other travel document; Certified photocopy of passport, (only if damaged or expired); Two (2)...

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Marriage Registration

The High Commission welcomes Rwandans and other nationalities who wish to celebrate their civil marriage in accordance with Rwandan marriage Law.  The High Commission of Rwanda is a legally recognised office of registrar for marriages by the...

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Legalisation of Documents

Legalisation is carried out to certify a document or documents so that they will be recognised by the legal system of a foreign country in this case Rwanda and this mostly applies to International Commerce. Legalisation is the official...

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Passport Application

A typed application letter addressed to the Director General of Immigration and Emigration in Rwanda through the High Commission in London. Parents applying for their child must both sign the letter and provide their child’s birth certificate...

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Visas

Option 1 –  Apply for a visa online Here (Please note that all enquiries about online visa applications should be directed to the Directorate General of Immigration & Emigration in Kigali-Rwanda; www.migration.gov.rw) Option 2 –...

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