What documents do I need to make Aliyah?

The following is a list of the documents that must be submitted to process your Aliyah.

What documents do I need to make Aliyah?

The following is a list of the documents that must be submitted to process your Aliyah.

  1. Passport.
  2. Birth Certificate.
  3. Marital Status Certificate.
  4. Proof of Judaism.
  5. Official Passport Pictures.
  6. Supporting Statement.
  7. Photograph of Family Members Making Aliyah.
  8. Waiver of Confidentiality (one per family)

How long do you have to stay in Israel after making Aliyah?

for 90 days
An Oleh can enter and exit Israel using their foreign passport for 90 days following their date of Aliyah. 90 days after receiving Aliyah status, an Oleh is required to travel with a Teudat Ma’avar (Temporary Passport / Laissez Passer) or an Israeli passport in order to exit the country.

Who runs Nefesh Nefesh?

Tony Gelbart, a businessman and philanthropist, is Co-Founder and Chairman of Nefesh B’Nefesh.

How much cash can you bring into Israel?

What are the limits? There are no limits to how much cash you can bring into Israel, but if it’s 80,000 New Israeli Shekels (ILS) or more, or the equivalent in a foreign currency, it must be reported whether you are entering or leaving.

Is there an age limit for Aliyah?

If you make Aliyah before the age of 60 for women and 62 for men, even though you are entitled to a sum from Israeli Social Security or Bituach Leumi, it’s reduced from the amount distributed to Israelis who have been living and working in Israel for years.

Does Israel give citizenship to foreigners?

Every Jew in the world has the unrestricted right to immigrate to Israel and become an Israeli citizen….Israeli citizenship law.

Citizenship Law, 5712-1952 חוק האזרחות, התשי”ב-1952‎
Enacted by 2nd Knesset
Enacted 1 April 1952
Commenced 14 July 1952
Legislative history

How long does it take to become an Israeli citizen?

5 years
You can become an Israeli citizen if you have lived in Israel for at least 3 of the 5 years prior to submitting your application, and intend to settle permanently in Israel.

Can you have dual citizenship in Israel?

Dual citizenship is widely accepted in Israel. About 10% of the country’s population has dual citizenship. The Israeli Government, the Knesset, has never tried to fully restrict dual citizenship.

What is making Aliyah to Israel?

Aliyah is the word that describes the return of the Jewish People from the exile in the Diaspora back to the Land of Israel. The word Aliyah is derived from the verb “laalot” which means “to go up”, or “to ascend” in a positive spiritual sense. A person who makes Aliyah is called an Oleh, meaning “one who goes up”.