In this article we will explain the application process for a humanitarian visa for foreign caretakers. This is one of the “hottest” issues regarding the employment of foreign worker caretakers in Israel. These foreign workers come to take care of elderly and handicapped patients who need full-time care. The Entry into Israel law states that…

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Returning resident to Israel A returning resident – an Israeli citizen who returns to Israel after several consecutive years abroad – is eligible for a number of benefits on his return to Israel, similar to a new immigrant. What are these benefits and how does one obtain them? At the law offices for aliyah and…

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Revocation of Israeli citizenship obtained under false pretenses is an authority granted to the Minister of the Interior by the Citizenship Law. The law offices of Cohen, Decker, Pex, Brosh specialize in obtaining legal status in Israel. In previous articles we have discussed renouncing Israeli citizenship voluntarily. In this article, attorney Michael Decker explains the…

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Many Jews and descendants of Jews have the goal of making Aliyah to Israel, returning to the land of their forefathers. Some want to want to make the Holy Land their home for religious reasons or due to Zionist ideals. Still others come to escape persecution in their home countries. However, Aliyah has some possible…

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An Oleh immigrant is someone who possesses Israeli citizenship, but did not make Israel their center of life as an adult. A returning minor generally left Israel with their parents as a minor. A citizen-immigrant was often born abroad and obtained citizenship as the child of an Israeli citizen. Although Israeli Citizens, immigrant-citizens can obtain…

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