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Israeli citizenship for fourth-generation children

The Law of Return gives every Jew and his family members the right to obtain the status of a repatriate and an Israeli citizen. The great-grandson/daughter of a Jew (fourth generation) is not eligible for immigrant status or Israeli citizenship If a Jew applies for repatriation to Israel under the Law of Return along with their fourth grandchildren up to the age of 18.

Read the full article on government websites: Israeli citizenship for fourth generation grandchildren.

The Ministry of Interior offers the opportunity to regulate the legal status of the minor in Israel, under the Entry Into Israel Law, in order to allow the family to remain united.

If not, so there are other procedures to obtain citizenship to Israel

Required documents

  1. Applicant age must be under the age of 18.
  2. The applicant’s parents may immigrate to Israel (making aliyah to Israel) under the Law of Return and are bringing the minor with them.
  3. A passport valid for at least two years.
  4. Applicant’s original birth certificate.
  5. A completed application form regarding the extension of permit of residence / change of visa category.
  6. One recent passport photo of the child under the age of 16 and three recent photographs of a minor from the age of 16 to the age of 18.
  7. Application fee payment of the request for status in Israel for the great-grandchild of a Jewish person.
  8. All documents must be translated into Hebrew and authenticated by a notary and affidavit.