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  • Javier Vazquez

    Even in a crowded city like the Big Apple you can easily get lost. With InterNations I've made some really good friends and also added to my business contacts.

InterNations - A Great Place for Kenyans in New York

Jambo to all of our Kenyans in New York! Would you like to meet Kenyan expats in New York? No matter whether you are looking to find reliable information or simply want to get advice from fellow Kenyans in New York, our Kenyan members will be able to tell you where to watch your favorite team’s next match on TV, or where to find the best ugali in New York.

We welcome you to join the InterNations community of Kenyans abroad. The members of the vibrant Kenyan expat community come from Nairobi, Garissa, Mobasa and many others places in Kenya!

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    From Kenya, living in New York
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    From Kenya, living in New York
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    From Kenya, living in New York
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    From Kenya, living in New York
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    From Kenya, living in New York

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Meet fellow Kenyans at our events in New York

Attend our monthly events and activities and join various interest-based groups to get to know like-minded expatriates and fellow Kenyans in New York.

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Get trustworthy advice and local insights from fellow Kenyans in our New York expat forums.

  • Help on areas to live in NYC & good private school
    1 reply
    Nov 9, 9:56 PM
    Community member

    I think it depends on what kind of experience that you want your child to have. Some of the public schools in Manhattan are very good (Battery Park, UES) and no need to send them to private school. …

  • Brazil Visa - help needed
    4 replies
    Oct 12, 6:05 PM
    Community member

    Thank you Brian. Yes the appointment is at the Brazil Consulate here in the city. Thanks for the advise - all searches and calls to the consulate too are leading me to keeping my appointment and show …

  • Advice needed for upcoming Europe trip
    2 replies
    Jan 16, 6:25 PM
    Community member

    Thanks E. I saw that website already when i did a seasrch on google. It does have some good info on hostels.

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At InterNations, Kenyans in New York can enjoy a platform on which they can share their experiences and tips on living abroad. "Big Apple", or the "City That Never Sleeps", has a great community of Kenyans that can help you make the most of your expat experience.

  • Surf through our network of Kenyan expats in New York and get to know the local expat crowd.
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Meet up and Mingle with Kenyans in New York at our International Events

The InterNations community in New York is also a very lively offline network. Our regular expat events organized by our Ambassadors at the best venues in town are a fantastic way to meet fellow Kenyans in New York. The possibilities for interacting offline are sure to satisfy a wide range of tastes, from a hip dining experience in one of New York’s trendy restaurants to a joint trip to the picturesque landscapes of the South. Our InterNations events and activities are a great way to get to know other Kenyan expats in your city and Kenyans in the USA. Interested? Then simply sign up to become a member and you will soon be warmly welcomed among our Kenyans living in New York.

  • Javier Vazquez

    Even in a crowded city like the Big Apple you can easily get lost. With InterNations I've made some really good friends and also added to my business contacts.

  • Noemi Roussel

    The top events organized in the New York chapter helped me get to know expat women from France and many other countries all over the world.

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