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Updated Entry Regulations for Non-Citizens

April 7, 2021 On Wednesday, April 7, at 8:00 AM, the following updated regulations will become valid, and it will be possible for foreign citizens to submit applications to enter the country. • Boarding a plane will not be permitted without obtaining prior approval from the Population and Immigration Authority or the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. • Entry into Israel will not be approved without a negative coronavirus PCR test result conducted up to 72 hours before departure from the country of origin, and an additional test upon arrival in Israel. • In exceptional cases – a request may be submitted to the Entry Committee for entry without a COVID PCR test (https://survey.gov.il/he/PCR2). • The entry of foreigners into Israel is subject to the presentation of valid health insurance (including a clause covering COVID). • A foreign citizen who leaves Israel before the end of their quarantine period without special permission violates the laws of the State of Israel, and their next entry will not be approved. • Foreign citizens entering Israel (even if they recovered from COVID or were vaccinated) are bound by the quarantine and testing regulations in accordance with the guidelines of the Ministry of Health, including conducting a serological test and a self-funded electronic bracelet (for keeping track of quarantine). • Health Ministry information and instructions for flying to and from Israel (https://www.gov.il/he/departments/air-travel-covid19-israel) . • In the event that there is lack of correlation between the procedures of the Population and Immigration Authority and the eased restrictions detailed below, the determining decision will be in accordance with the procedures of the Authority. • An application that has been refused under the procedures of the Population and Immigration Authority will not be approved under the detailed eased restrictions. The following are the exceptional cases in which, after examination, the entry of foreign citizens into Israel will be approved: • Foreign citizens who are vaccinated or recovering – their entry will be allowed in the following cases:

 

1.      A citizen or permanent resident whose center of life is abroad and who has a firstdegree family member in Israel can come with his / her spouse and their children to visit Israel, even if they are foreign citizens. 2. A foreign citizen who has a first-degree Israeli family member (citizen or permanent resident) residing in Israel, may come to visit Israel with his/her spouse and their children • All foreign citizens wishing to enter Israel must prove vaccination or recovery from COVID (except infants up to one year of age). • Proof of family relations will be conducted by checking the Population Registry and by presenting relevant and legally-verified documents (with an apostille/notary stamp) proving the family connection, and then registering in the Population Registry. Approval for exemptions from an apostille stamp, in exceptional cases, will be given by the head of the consular division at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs or her deputy. • Applications must be submitted to the Population Authority offices (http://www.gov.il/he/departments/Bureaus?OfficeId=95b283ad-fc02-40e6-ac6f8986acac6b86&categories=eb35c46c-f89a-4c9f-8e48-7dea63b16224) or directly through the Israeli consulate at the country of origin: https://go.gov.il/consularservices Foreign citizens who are not vaccinated or recovered from COVID – their entry will be allowed in the following cases: 3. A foreign citizen married to an Israeli citizen or permanent resident (who is not in the process of attaining citizenship) and their minor children who meet the following conditions: a. The marriage is registered in the Population Registry b. Evidence of an honest and genuine relationship Requests must be submitted to the Population Authority offices (http://www.gov.il/he/departments/Bureaus?OfficeId=95b283ad-fc02-40e6- ac6f-8986acac6b86&categories=eb35c46c-f89a-4c9f-8e48-7dea63b16224) or directly through the Israeli consulate in the country of origin: https://go.gov.il/consularservices . 4. Foreign citizens residing abroad for whom an application for a marital relationship has been submitted by Israeli citizens or permanent residents — will be allowed to enter after receiving approval from the responsible Population Authority office, and conditioned to meeting the relevant procedure (5.2.0009 – https://www.gov.il/he/departments/policies/israelis_couples_status_procedure / 5.2.0008 –

https://www.gov.il/he/departments/policies/status_foreigner_married_to_israeli_proce dure ). 5. Foreign citizens residing abroad who are married to Israeli citizens or permanent residents (who are in the process of obtaining status) as well as their minor children, will be allowed to enter along with accompanying minors by virtue of the process for obtaining status. a. In cases where the couple is located abroad, the request will be made directly to the Israeli consulate at the place of the foreigner’s stay: https://go.gov.il/consularservices . b. Admission of minors located abroad who are accompanying foreign citizens currently in the process of obtaining status (via marital relationship) and residing in Israel will be permitted. Their entry will be approved by the relevant Population Authority office, in accordance with the accepted procedure. c. Minors who are not part of the process for obtaining status via marital relationship will not be allowed in. All of the above also applies to common-law marriages. Proof of the marriage will be made at the Israeli consulate in the country of the couple’s stay or at the offices of the Population Authority in Israel, depending on the case. 6. Minor children to parents with one parent who is an Israeli citizen living in Israel and the other parent is a foreign citizen living abroad, and the children live abroad and have a foreign passport – in these cases the child will be allowed to visit the Israeli parent after presenting an original and legally-verified birth certificate (apostille stamp), which proves the connection to the Israeli citizen, the registration of the child as an Israeli citizen, and the foreign parent’s signature – witnessed by the consul – on a letter of consent confirming the minor’s trip to Israel. a. The request will be made directly through the Israeli consulate at the foreign citizen’s place of residence: https://go.gov.il/consularservices , and as soon as it is approved, the consul will issue a permit for the flight. b. Approval for an exemption from an apostille stamp, in exceptional cases, will be given by the head of the consular division at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs or her deputy, and in these exceptional cases the parent must handle the registration of the child within 90 days of entry into Israel, as directed by law.

 

 

7. Entry of a foreign parent of an Israeli minor – A foreign parent of a minor Israeli citizen who has a custody agreement for the minor will be approved to enter Israel, subject to submitting an application for entry by contacting the Israeli consulate at the applicant’s country of residence: https://go.gov.il/consularservices . 8. Foreign students who began their studies in Israel and are currently abroad – the request will be made by the student, through the Israeli consulate at the place of the foreign citizen’s stay: https://go.gov.il/consularservices . a. On a one-time basis, students who are currently abroad and will arrive after the Pesach holiday will be allowed to enter according to a closed list submitted to Border Control by the Council for Higher Education. 9. New and old adult yeshiva students who wish to begin their studies in Israel and are abroad – the request will be made by the yeshiva where they study, and not by the yeshiva students themselves, in accordance with the instructions sent to the yeshiva directors and with prior approval from the Ministry of Health. After receiving the “Purple Badge”, the yeshiva will send a list of students to the relevant consulate, for the purpose of issuing boarding permits for them. a. On a one-time basis, boarding permits and visas will be issued in a centralized manner by the Population and Immigration Authority for yeshiva students beginning their studies on the 1st of Iyar. b. On a one-time basis, yeshiva students with a valid visa who stayed in Israel and traveled on vacation and have a vaccination certificate or confirmation that they recovered from COVID, will be approved to enter according to an existing list that has been submitted to Border Control by the yeshiva directors. 10. Adult participants in Masa and Naaleh – new as well as current – who wish to start the program in Israel and are abroad – the request will be made by the Masa / Naaleh management, and not by the program participants, according to the instructions sent to the organizations’ administrations. After the program receives the Purple Badge, the list of participants will be sent to the consulate, for the purpose of issuing boarding passes. a. On a one-time basis, boarding permits and visas were issued in a centralized manner by the Population and Immigration Authority. 11. Experts – The entry of essential experts with permits will be approved (according to a letter of support received from the relevant government ministry). The permit

 

 

application will be submitted online (https://www.gov.il/he/service/working_permit_for_foreign_workers) by the employer of the foreign expert, to which a recommendation from the relevant ministry must be attached, expressing the need for entry of the expert (Ministry of Health, Economy, Energy, Transportation, etc.). a. Permission to enter according to the “experts procedure” for up to 45 days will be given by the Foreign Workers Administration together with the permit. b. Other experts – will be addressed at Population Administration bureaus in accordance with procedures. c. The Ministry of Health will publish the conditions for quarantine to this population. 12. Approval of departure of foreign experts to visit their lands of origin and return to Israel – Foreign experts who wish to fly on a visit to their home countries with their family members, and who have a one-year permit in hand, will be approved to leave and return to Israel. The application for permission to re-enter will be submitted by the expert in the offices of the Population Administration (http://www.gov.il/he/departments/Bureaus?OfficeId=95b283ad-fc02-40e6-ac6f8986acac6b86&categories=eb35c46c-f89a-4c9f-8e48-7dea63b16224 ) before leaving Israel. 13. Artists, cultural figures and athletes – their entry will be approved subject to the recommendation of the Director General of the Ministry of Culture and Sport. The application will be submitted to the offices of the Population Administration by the inviting body. 14. Volunteers in the field of welfare – The inviting organization will contact the relevant government office for a professional recommendation for the entry of foreign volunteers. The letter of recommendation, together with a name list of the invited volunteers, will be sent to the Population and Immigration Authority ([email protected]) for further action. 15. Volunteers in the field of agriculture – The inviting organization will contact the Ministry of Agriculture for a professional recommendation for the entry of volunteers. The letter of recommendation, together with a list of the names of the volunteers and a letter of approval from the Ministry of Health, will be sent to the Population and Immigration Authority ([email protected]) for further action.

Medical tourism – approval will be given in life-saving cases only, and with the approval of the director / deputy director of the hospital. 17. Weddings – Attendance at a wedding of Israeli citizens, permanent residents or foreign citizens, whose center of life is legally in Israel: the parents of the bride or groom may enter in accordance with the quarantine requirements of the Ministry of Health. Additional first-degree family members may enter only if they are vaccinated or have recovered from COVID (according to sections 1 and 2 above). The application for entry will be made by contacting the Israeli consulate at the applicant’s place of residence: https://go.gov.il/consularservices . 18. Bar / Bat Mitzvah – Arriving at a Bar / Bat Mitzvah of an Israeli citizen will be approved for first-degree family members only if they are vaccinated or recovered from COVID (according to sections 1 and 2 above). The application will be made by contacting the Israeli consulate at the applicant’s place of residence: https://go.gov.il/consularservices . 19. Births – Arrival for births will be approved for first-degree family members only if they are vaccinated or recovering (according to sections 1 and 2 above). The request will be made by contacting the Israeli consulate at the applicant’s place of residence: https://go.gov.il/consularservices . 20. Funerals – Arriving at a funeral held in Israel, will be approved for first-degree mourners only (without their spouses) and for the funeral only (24 hours), participation in the shiva will be according to the quarantine rules of the Ministry of Health. The request will be made by contacting the Israeli consulate at the applicant’s place of residence: https://go.gov.il/consularservices . 21. Lone Soldiers – Arrival to visit a lone soldier will be approved for spouses, parents and siblings. The request will be made by contacting the Israeli consulate at the applicant’s place of residence: https://go.gov.il/consularservices . 22. National-Civil Service volunteers (Bnot/Bnai Sherut) whose parents live abroad – Parents and siblings of “National-Civil Service” volunteers who live abroad and are interested in visiting Israel can apply through the Israeli consulate in their country of residence.

23. Entry of foreign businesspeople during the COVID period – vaccinated foreign businesspeople wishing to attend business meetings in Israel are required to present a permit from the Ministry of Economy. Unvaccinated businesspeople are required to add the approval of the Ministry of Health. The request will be made by contacting the Israeli consulate at the applicant’s place of residence: https://go.gov.il/consularservices . 24. Entry of foreign workers in the agriculture and construction industries – the entry of foreign workers in the agriculture and construction industries will be approved, including the entry of foreign workers who went on maternity leave. 25. Clergy – The entry of new and veteran religious clergy (A3 visa) and religious volunteers (B4 visa) will be approved. The request must include a recommendation of the Branch of Religious Groups and approval by the Ministry of Health regarding quarantine conditions. 26. Official passport holders (diplomatic and service) who are being trained in Israel – Official passport holders trained in Israel will not be required to present a boarding permit. The policy has been passed on to the airlines. 27. Entry of foreign journalists – For foreign journalists who wish to enter Israel, an application will be submitted by a representative of the media body located in Israel. The application will be submitted to the office of the Population Administration together with a quarantine declaration form. Journalists coming for a permanent job or for a period of one year or more will also be asked to attach a recommendation from the Government Press Office (GPO). In cases where there is no current representative of the media outlet in Israel, the application must be submitted through the Israeli consulate at the place of the journalist’s residence. 28. Foreign workers in the home nursing industry – the entry of foreign workers in the home nursing industry will be approved in accordance with the usual procedures, including the entry of foreign workers who have visited their home countries. An employee in the nursing industry will be required to be vaccinated upon arrival in Israel. a. The quarantine regulations for those who were vaccinated / recovered from COVID are to perform a serological test, and to finish quarantine in accordance with the test results.

Updates will be published in accordance with the decisions of the Minister of the Interior and the recommendations of the Ministry of Health, which are derived from the rate of infection in Israel and around the world.