In recent years, more and more Israelis are interested in investing in European countries, especially in Romania. The country is undergoing accelerated economic development and encourages foreign entrepreneurs to invest in it to create an efficient local workforce. The Israeli Law Office of Cohen, Decker, Pex & Brosh specializes in immigration to Romania and issuing…

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Romania is a pastoral country located in Europe’s Balkans area. The country can impress visitors with breathtaking scenery of uninhabited nature, and on the other hand also boasts a strong economy, which has experienced a significant growth in recent years. In early 2007 it became a member of the European Union. With its entry into…

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Romania, like many European countries, has recently become an attractive destination for Israelis who want to increase their economic income and additionally, their quality of life. In order to obtain an employment visa in Romania, Israeli citizens are required to follow certain bureaucratic procedures. The following article will provide answers on this topic and will…

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Why do many investors choose Montenegro over other countries? Montenegro is a country in southern Europe that declared its independence in 2006. Precisely because it is a small “new” country, its economy is growing significantly and conditions for investors are just as good and convenient as the local climate. The Cohen, Decker, Pex & Brosh…

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Millions of Israelis are entitled to European citizenship due to their family origins. This means that they may become citizens of the European Union and enjoy its many benefits. But what exactly are the advantages of an EU passport and are there any disadvantages? The Cohen, Decker, Pex & Brosh immigration law firm in Tel…

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Given the multiple benefits of a European passport, it is no surprise that there are many searches on “how do I get a European Union passport?” A European passport is one of the world’s most coveted passports. With a European passport, you can enter or travel to 153 countries in the EU without a visa…

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Since the United States of America is one of the few nations with a liberal policy towards dual citizenship, many Americans are interested in acquiring a second European Passport. Having another passport not only gives you more freedom to move across borders but is also an added perpetuation. In today’s volatile and tumultuous world, a…

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In 2011, the Greek parliament enacted new legal regulations entitled “Rehabilitation of Holocaust Victims who Formerly Held Greek Citizenship”. This allowed Jews of Greek descent who had lost their citizenship in the past, due to circumstances beyond their control, to regain citizenship. These regulations were enacted with the intention of reconnecting Jews with Greece. They…

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