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15Apr2017

Student Visa to Israel

  • By Adv. Dotan Cohen
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Foreigners who are interested in studying in Israel may be eligible for an A/2 student visa. Studying in Israel on a visitor visa is not permitted, and a student must take the appropriate steps to obtain a student visa according to the regulations set out by the Israeli Ministry of Interior (“MOI”). For the student
14Apr2017

Work Permits in Israel under the Law of Return

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Overview Jewish foreign nationals who are not Israeli citizens are entitled to obtain legal status in Israel through residency and employment. The Law of Return (5710 – 1950) determines the right of every Jewish person to immigrate to the State of Israel. The intent of the law is to facilitate the relatively easy process of
05Apr2017

Green Card Application Through Labor Certification – “PERM”

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There are three steps for obtaining permanent resident or “Green Card” status under the Program Electronic Review Management (“PERM”) system. This application process requires an employer to conduct recruitment for the foreign national’s position and show that there are not any qualified or available U.S. workers for the position.   These three steps are as
01Apr2017

Entry Visas for Foreign Experts and Multiple-Entry Visas

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Introduction In this article we will discuss the “Multiple-Entry” Visa, also known as “Multi” or” Inter-Visa” marked as M (“M-Visa”), which is usually used in connection with foreign experts arriving in Israel to work in very senior positions, based on B-1 working visa issued for 1 year. First, we will elaborate on that type of
28Mar2017

Limitaciones legales para las visas de expertos extranjeros:

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La vida en nuestra era global, sin duda, tiene, entre otros efectos, un fuerte efecto en el mercado de trabajo y el mercado de expertos profesionales en todo el mundo. Mientras que en el pasado la reubicación de expertos profesionales rara vez se hizo, la multitud de empresas internacionales y el aumento en el número
25Mar2017

Work Permits for Foreign Nationals for Short Stays

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Much has been written about foreign workers and work permits in Israel in various sectors, whether they have a work permit or not. In practice, the global trend of globalization means many countries must deal with the need for migrant workers in many industries, as well as industry experts and foreign executives. International companies, foreign
23Mar2017

Stateless Palestinians in the United States

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Palestinians in the US either temporarily or as immigrants may face several unique challenges.   These challenges often stem from the problem of “statelessness”. Statelessness is defined by US Citizenship and Immigration Services (“USCIS”) as “having no nationality.” The USCIS definition of nationality requires that one be a national of a “country.” Since the US
20Mar2017

Advantages in obtaining a Certified Factory Status

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Laws concerning workers from foreign countries are divided to several categories, based mainly on their level of expertise. There is a difference between regular workers arriving for highly demanded positions in the local market and experts specially invited to carry out works that require special knowledge and expertise. Another existing sub-category, which affects the sector