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If you have applied for a Kenyan National ID card and have a waiting card, you can now be able to transact using your waiting card e.g to apply for Higher Education Loans Board (H.E.L.B) loan. Here is how you do it:
You need to do the following (usually in a day):
1. Make copies of your waiting card and prepare Ksh. 300
2. Visit the National Registration Bureau offices located on the 7th flr. of the NSSF building in Nairobi, along Bishop Road – Upper Hill.
3. Explain your case at the reception area and you will …
At this point we are assuming you have registered (see earlier post) and having provided a valid email address. An email will be sent to your in-box confirming the registration and log in details enclosed. These will include:
the PIN (to be used as the user name)
the password (usually a one-off password, you’ll be required to change immediately you log in)
the security (seal) stamp (alphabets and numerals in an attached picture file)
Go to the KRA Online Services.
Enter your PIN, Password, and Security Stamp accordingly to access …
Requirements for Taxpayer Registration
Resident Individuals : National Identification Number
Non – Resident Individuals: Alien Registration Number
Companies and Partnerships: Certificate of Registration Number
Now go to: https://mapato1.kra.go.ke/itms/
Go to the New Taxpayer link and start the process.
Upon successful completion of the form with the correct Taxpayer Registration details, the system will allocate the ‘PIN’, ‘Password’ and ‘Security Stamp’. These will be sent to you through the e-mail address you have provided above.
PIN – Taxpayer Personal Identification Number
Password – your secret access number to use the system
Security Stamp – your secure number generated by …