Same-sex marriage is not recognized in Israel. Marriage can only be concluded under Halakha (traditional Jewish law). Naturally, gay marriages do not comply with these laws, as well as many “forms” of heterosexual marriages (for example, Foreign spouse, non-religious marriage, and if one or both spouses are not Jews). But there are some other ways to get same-sex marriage and partnership status in Israel.
A same-sex couple can marry outside of Israel and then can come to Israel for in Israel as like civil marriage or partnership status.
But If a same-sex couple married abroad, then the Ministry of Internal Affairs will not consider her/him as a married couple, but they will grant permission to live life together. The conclusion of marriage can only have the value of additional evidence confirming their life together. Therefore, couples also can get same-sex marriage status in Israel, but there is another provision to do that. Please contact an Immigration lawyer for more information about it
The Israeli Ministry of Internal Affairs recognizes the receipt of a residence permit for a same-sex spouse based on cohabitation with an Israeli citizen. There is a stepwise legalization procedure, which provides for issuing a work visa. After that, they will issue a temporary resident status for three years. Then couples can apply for permanent residence status. The Ministry of Internal Affairs requires some solid documents for same-sex couples such as. A marriage certificate, cohabitation, joint photographs, trips for a substantially longer period,
The Law of Return gives every Jew and his family members (spouse, children, grandchildren, their spouses, widows/widowers) the right to apply for the status of a repatriate and an Israeli citizen.
But Israel does not recognize same-sex marriage, but there is an Israeli law, the couple can repatriate. Then he turns to the Ministry of Internal Affairs with a request to start a stepwise procedure for the legalization of the second spouse based on their joint residence in Israel.