Last month, the government extended the deadline to travel on the new e-passport to March 1 next year for all Kenyans.
Those who are sick and have urgent appointments to travel abroad for medical attention have been exempted.
Kenyans seeking to submit their e-passport applications will now be required to book appointments with the immigration department.
The departmental a statement on Sunday said the appointment system will enable better planning for applicants to take biometrics at passport processing stations.
“You will henceforth be required to book an appointment in the e-Citizen portal specifying the date, rime and station of your convenience,” added the statement.
The department also said those who have already made online application for e-passport should visit e-Citizen and book appointments.
However, some passport applicants have been exempted from the process.
These include those who are sick and have urgent appointments to travel abroad for medical attention.