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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
18May2012

Visa Applicants With Criminal Convictions, But Suspended Sentences

  • By Adv. Dotan Cohen
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Visa Applicants With Criminal Convictions, But Suspended Sentences This synopsis touches upon the laws regarding visa applicants who have been convicted of non-drug-related crimes, but have received suspended sentences. According to US Immigration and Nationality Act (“INA”), Section 212(a)(2)(A)(i)(II), “any alien convicted of, or who admits having committed…acts which constitute the essential elements of a
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