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The Law of return

Apply for Israeli citizenship through the law of return 

According to the law of return, the person needs to be Jewish background to apply for Israeli citizenship. No matter where they were born, there are eligible to obtain citizenship through the law of return. Israel passes the law “law of return” in 1948 and it gives every Jewish people the right to live in Israel and get citizenship and there are the following options to obtain Israeli citizenship or residency, temporary residency, and work permit using the law of return.

Required documents;

  1. Birth certificates.
  2. Documents confirming changes in personal data;
  3. Certificate of marital status;
  4. Certificate of absence/presence of a criminal past.
  5. The passport must be valid for at least one year from the application.

All documents must be notarized from the applicant’s country.


I would also like to note that a Jew who has converted to another religion already loses the right to repatriation. This refers to maternal Jews.

If your repatriation has problems, then it is better to contact the Israeli Ministry of Internal Affairs, and not the consulate at your place of residence, since this gives you full opportunity to use your legal rights and appeal the actions of officials, including an appeal to the courts.

We can assist at the outset of the process by helping you establish your eligibility for Aliyah under the Law of Return.

We can represent you before the relevant Israeli Government Departments, including the Ministry of Interior, until that you receive become an Israeli citizen and receive a passport. 

And advice regarding the different options in order to assist you in making a decision that is appropriate for your situation