Bahrain Tourist Visa to Israel
How can you obtain a Bahrain tourist visa to Israel? At the present time, Israel and Bahrain are beginning to establish relations as part of the normalization agreement. Once mutual embassies are established, it will be possible to apply for Bahraini citizens to apply for an Israeli tourist visa.
The law office of Cohen, Decker, Pex, Brosh helps its clients obtain a variety of visas to and from Israel. If you are interested in a Bahrain tourist visa to Israel, this article will explain how to acquire it.
The B/2 Bahrain Tourist Visa to Israel
Israeli visas are overseen by the Ministry of Interior. Israeli B/2 visas are designated for tourists visiting Israel for a limited period of time. There are two common B/2 tourist visa procedures available; one which requires obtaining a tourist visa in advance, and one of which does not.
Obtaining a Tourist Visa upon Arrival
When Israel and another country have reciprocal visa agreements, allowing each other’s citizens to visit the country without obtaining a tourist visa in advance, it is possible to arrive at the Israeli border and obtain a visa upon entry. Israel’s B/2 tourist visas are generally available for three months.
Obtaining a Tourist Visa in Advance
If Israel and another country do not have a visa agreement, then you must obtain a tourist visa prior to your visit from the Israeli embassy in Bahrain. In order to visit, you must first obtain an invitation from an Israeli citizen or permanent resident. We detail this procedure in another article discussing the requirements to receive a visa in advance.
At this time, we assume that Bahrain’s citizens will be able to obtain a tourist visa upon arrival, provided reciprocal visa agreements will be arranged between the two countries. But if this does not happen, it will be possible to apply for a tourist visa in advance.
The law offices of Cohen, Decker, Pex & Brosh have over 30 years of experience helping clients with all their visa and immigration needs. We also specialize in corporate law, and we can assist with business visas, opening a company or subsidiary in Israel, and more. If you’re interested in a tourist visa to Israel, please contact us, and Advocate Joshua Pex would be happy to assist you.