How to Get a Visa to Israel The procedure for granting a B/2 tourist visa to Israel There are almost a hundred countries whose citizens don’t require a visa to visit Israel. Israel has signed visa exemption agreements with these countries, which frees their citizens from the need to obtain a tourist visa in advance…

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How to choose the Best Law Firm in Israel Are you looking for the best law firm in Israel? Israel has the world’s highest ratio of lawyers to population. It would be highly immodest to claim to be the best among them. However, we can decisively proclaim that we give our best for each client…

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How to work in Israel – a short guide If you ever told yourself, “I want to work in Israel,” this guide will offer you a few valuable insights about the process you need to undergo in order to travel and work to Israel. Advocate Joshua Pex, an Israeli immigration lawyer at the Law Firm…

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The Israeli citizenship law, a comprehensive guide. Israeli citizenship was given to some of us at birth. Others developed an interest in Israel citizenship law when the need for immigration first came up. For an Israeli citizen, questions about the right for Israeli citizenship often rise when marrying or entering a relationship with a foreign…

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What should you know about Israel visitor visa? B-2 tourist visa Israel Our law firm has a great deal experience with all matters of immigration to Israel. In this article Advocate Joshua Pex, an Israeli lawyer who has been working in the field of immigration and visas to Israel for more than 10 years, will…

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Israel and immigration – answers to most common questions Immigration to Israel is not an easy process. Writing about Israel immigration laws is even more complex, mainly due to the lack of a clear government immigration policy. For immigration in Israel, the main options are citizenship from birthright for Jews and their descendants, until the…

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How to make Aliyah to Israel Aliyah to Israel, according to the Law of Return – 1950, may be a fast and effective way of obtaining Israeli citizenship, if you are eligible. Those who are entitled to receive Israeli nationality according to the law of return are; Jews, children for Jewish or grandchildren of Jews.…

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Aliyah through the Law of Return The simplest and easiest way to apply for Israeli Citizenship is by virtue of the Law of Return. This law, which was passed in 1950, just two years after the state of Israel became independent, reflects in the most natural and tangible way the state of Israel as a…

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