'I want to visit Israel. Do I need a visa?'

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Visitors are entitled to remain in Israel up to three months from the date of their arrival

All visitors to Israel must hold a passport that is valid for at least six months from the date they are departing the country.

The B-2 visa is a regular Visitor Visa to Israel.
Not all visitors require this Visa, some visitors can enter to Israel and stay in it up to 90 days without it – depending on the nationality. For example, citizens of United states, Europe Union and Canada doesn't require it in order to enter to Israel.
The visitor is not permitted to work in Israel with this Visa and if he would like to Immigrate to Israel and work in it, he has to obtain the B-1 Visa

 

People with no nationality must hold a valid laissez passer, as well as a visa back to the country that issued it.

Visitors are entitled to remain in Israel up to three months from the date of their arrival, in accordance with the conditions of the visa issued to them. Visitors intending to work in Israel must submit a request to the Ministry of the Interior for a special visa.

Important note for tourists continuing from Israel on to Arab countries (except Egypt and Jordan): It is recommended that you request that an Israeli stamp does not appear on your passport. You must notify the clerk of your request before your documents are stamped.As of July 3, 2008, an official decision has been made that will no longer require entry stamps on foreign passports.

In such cases, you must fill out form 17L including your personal details, and that form shall be stamped by passport control upon entry/exit.The form 17L will not be collected upon exit as it is necessary for the collection of tax refunds and proof of legal entry.

Israeli Transit visa, is valid for 3 days or less, for transferring through port in Israel to a third destination.

On-arrival visa for Israel is provided at a port of entry. This is distinct from not requiring a visa at all, as the visitor sholud still get the visa before they can in fact seek to pass through immigration.

Last modified on Thursday, 08 May 2014 22:47

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