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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
01Apr2017

Entry Visas for Foreign Experts and Multiple-Entry Visas

  • By Adv. Dotan Cohen
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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
25Mar2017

Work Permits for Foreign Nationals for Short Stays

  • By Adv. Dotan Cohen
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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
20Mar2017

Advantages in obtaining a Certified Factory Status

  • By Adv. Dotan Cohen
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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
15Mar2017

Aliyah

  • By Adv. Dotan Cohen
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The laws relevant to entering and residing in Israel for different purposes are the Law of Entry to Israel (1952) and the Law of Return (1950). In addition, the Citizenship Law details possible options for becoming a citizen.   Based on the above laws, immigration to Israel is mainly possible per the “Aliyah” process, a
14Mar2017

Work Visas and Visitor Visas for Foreign Experts in Israel

  • By Adv. Dotan Cohen
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While there are many important things to consider when faced with the possibility of relocating for work purposes, the most important thing to consider is whether one is even eligible for a work visa. Without eligibility you can plan, but your plans may not be realized. In Israel, if one is eligible, there are several
12Dec2016

Business Visitor in Israel? Not Necessarily!

  • By Adv. Dotan Cohen
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In our global age, social and occupational mobility are very important. These interests should be the focus of any country interested in economic development. Many businesspeople and global companies’ visitors enter Israel for a wide variety of reasons: business meetings, participation in conventions, negotiations, signing contracts, and other commercial activities.   Global companies and Human
15Nov2016

B/2 Visitor Visa in Israel

  • By Adv. Dotan Cohen
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To enter Israel, as with most countries, one must hold a valid B/2 visitor visa. Israel grants B/2 visas in a variety of ways to different categories of visitors: Visitors who are citizens of countries with which Israel has signed an agreement are granted a visa automatically, and in most cases free of charge, upon
15Jun2016

Certification of Public Documents

  • By Adv. Dotan Cohen
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Persons seeking to relocate to Israel will in most cases be required to gather and present various official documents according to the different stages of the relocation process. In most cases, official documents may be certified in the applicant’s home country. There are a number of requirements that should be considered. Certification of public documents
08May2014

Concubinos de expertos extranjeros

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La institucionalización de una relación entre los cónyuges en la mayoría de los casos se sigue haciendo a través del matrimonio y su ceremonia. Esta institución es aceptada en todo el mundo, el cual la basa principios similares – relación pública y la unión entre la pareja. Sin embargo, cada país tiene regulaciones y leyes
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