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Full professional support in obtaining an Israeli passport, from assistance in finding documents to solving any occurring issues after obtaining Israeli citizenship.
Israeli citizenship opens up new horizons for its holders and gives them confidence in the future.

High-quality medicine, a stable economy, a simplified taxation system, comprehensive state support, the possibility of visa-free travel to numerous countries of the world are just some of the advantages that Israel provides to its citizens.

For many years, the state has maintained a leading position in the number of emigrants and repatriates. But the registration of Israeli citizenship entails many difficulties: strict requirements for applicants for citizenship, painstaking work with documents, passing an interview. The company WRAI will help simplify this responsible procedure and go through all its stages quickly and without difficulty.

Who can apply for Israeli citizenship

The following persons have the right to obtain the status of an Israeli citizen:

Jews or Jewesses

If your Jewish nationality is documented

Children and grandchildren of Jews

If you are a descendant of a person with Jewish nationality up to 3 tribes

Spouses of Jews

If your spouse of Jewish nationality or a descendant of Jews up to 3 tribes

Widows and widowers of Jews

If your deceased spouse is Jewish and you have not remarried

Get new opportunities for you and your family
Taxation
  • Tax exemption for 10 years
  • Exemption from income tax on savings
  • You do not become a tax resident
Starting a business
  • Government programs for starting a business
  • Loans for starting a business
  • Support in matters related to starting your own business
Darkon
  • Complete freedom of movement almost all over the world
  • Visa-free entry to 161 countries of the world
  • Obtaining a visa to the United States for 10 years and citizenship of European countries in a simplified manner
Medicine
  • Free medicine of the highest level
  • Subsidized medicines
  • Individual rehabilitation process for each patient
Attitude
  • The state treats all returnees favourably
  • Every repatriate receives regular benefits
  • No harassment. You are among like-minded people. Forget anti-Semitism and disrespect
Education
  • Preferential education at the best universities in Israel
  • International diploma
  • Employment in the best companies in the world
Stages of obtaining citizenship
Document search
Registration for a consular check
Preparation for consular inspection
After obtaining a repatriate visa
Obtaining documents in Israel
After obtaining citizenship

To obtain citizenship, you need to prove that you had Jewish ancestors in your family up to the third generation. At this stage, the most problems arise.

There are many reasons why the collection of documents can take many years. For example, in 20th century, relatives changed their first or last name. Or there is no documentary evidence of the ancestor’s Jewishness. Or the connection with relatives was lost. Perhaps the archives respond to your requests with a refusal. But the ar chivists of WRAI will successfully find a way out of any situation and prove your Jewish roots and help build a family tree.

In addition, when preparing a full package of evidence, it is very important to bring not only documents from the open list to the consular inspection, but also other certificates, extracts and certificates — individual in each case.

The absence of a document means at least another 3-18 months of waiting for interview. The value of WRAI services is saving your time.

Until 2023, the applicant had to download a questionnaire on the website, fill it out and send it along with scanned documents (one file) by e-mail for verification. At the same time, each family member filled out their part of the paper questionnaire.

The questionnaire is filled in English. At the first stage, you need to indicate the number ID and passport and a contact e-mail (it would be better if the mail is registered in Gmail). A verification code will be sent to the email address, which must be entered at the second stage of filling out the questionnaire.

From this point on, you can interrupt the filling process and return to it again – all data will be saved. You must attach copies of the following documents to the application:

  • passport;
  • certificate of marital status;
  • documents confirming the right to repatriation.

The following sections must be completed in detail:

  • your personal data;
  • information about education;
  • information about military and labor activity;
  • next of kin information, and so on.

The main purpose of the consular check is to ensure the transparency and sincerity of the motives of the repatriate and their compliance with the Law of Return.

Preparing for a conversation is more difficult than it might seem, because the questions of the consul can relate to so many areas of life. Even, at first glance, irrelevant questions can become a decisive factor in the decision of the consul.

Moreover, the intention that the candidate voices in response to questions should also be traced in the documents that he provides.

General principles of preparation:

  • Answers should be truthful or as plausible as possible, they should not contradict each other. If you begin to play up or lie, the consul will quickly understand this, and you will be denied repatriation. It is also worth remembering that all documents and all information from the questionnaire will be carefully checked. And if the forgery of documents or the submission of incorrect information is revealed, then the conclusion about you at the Israeli embassy will be the most negative.
  • Be calm and confident. Answer questions clearly, show that you know the history of your family well, and are ready to confirm this with relevant documents.

You have 6 months from the date of your visa’s start to come to Israel. Regardless of whether you intend to live in the country or not, to get the necessary documents.

At the airport you will receive a Teudat Ole, a referral for attachment to a health insurance fund and the first payment of the absorption basket (depending on your family status)

Upon arrival in Israel, you receive an internal identity card and a repatriate card. Next you need:

  • visit the Israeli Interior Ministry to apply for a biometric passport to save your time;
  • open a bank account;
  • stick to the health insurance fund;
  • visit the ministry of absorption.

After repatriation and going through all the stages, it is worth deciding whether you want to stay in Israel, or move to another country, Israeli citizenship, in any case, remains with you. but there are many legal subtleties that need to be settled in advance in case of departure:

  • maintain the activity of the bank account;
  • timely notify the appropriate authorities about your place of residence;
  • extend or suspend enrollment in the health insurance fund;
  • apply for suspension of payments from the absorption basket.
Document search

To obtain citizenship, you need to prove that you had Jewish ancestors in your family up to the third generation. At this stage, the most problems arise.

There are many reasons why the collection of documents can take many years. For example, in 20th century, relatives changed their first or last name. Or there is no documentary evidence of the ancestor’s Jewishness. Or the connection with relatives was lost. Perhaps the archives respond to your requests with a refusal. But the ar chivists of WRAI will successfully find a way out of any situation and prove your Jewish roots and help build a family tree.

In addition, when preparing a full package of evidence, it is very important to bring not only documents from the open list to the consular inspection, but also other certificates, extracts and certificates — individual in each case.

The absence of a document means at least another 3-18 months of waiting for interview. The value of WRAI services is saving your time.

Registration for a consular check

Until 2023, the applicant had to download a questionnaire on the website, fill it out and send it along with scanned documents (one file) by e-mail for verification. At the same time, each family member filled out their part of the paper questionnaire.

The questionnaire is filled in English. At the first stage, you need to indicate the number ID and passport and a contact e-mail (it would be better if the mail is registered in Gmail). A verification code will be sent to the email address, which must be entered at the second stage of filling out the questionnaire.

From this point on, you can interrupt the filling process and return to it again – all data will be saved. You must attach copies of the following documents to the application:

  • passport;
  • certificate of marital status;
  • documents confirming the right to repatriation.

The following sections must be completed in detail:

  • your personal data;
  • information about education;
  • information about military and labor activity;
  • next of kin information, and so on.
Preparation for consular inspection

The main purpose of the consular check is to ensure the transparency and sincerity of the motives of the repatriate and their compliance with the Law of Return.

Preparing for a conversation is more difficult than it might seem, because the questions of the consul can relate to so many areas of life. Even, at first glance, irrelevant questions can become a decisive factor in the decision of the consul.

Moreover, the intention that the candidate voices in response to questions should also be traced in the documents that he provides.

General principles of preparation:

  • Answers should be truthful or as plausible as possible, they should not contradict each other. If you begin to play up or lie, the consul will quickly understand this, and you will be denied repatriation. It is also worth remembering that all documents and all information from the questionnaire will be carefully checked. And if the forgery of documents or the submission of incorrect information is revealed, then the conclusion about you at the Israeli embassy will be the most negative.
  • Be calm and confident. Answer questions clearly, show that you know the history of your family well, and are ready to confirm this with relevant documents.
After obtaining a repatriate visa

You have 6 months from the date of your visa’s start to come to Israel. Regardless of whether you intend to live in the country or not, to get the necessary documents.

At the airport you will receive a Teudat Ole, a referral for attachment to a health insurance fund and the first payment of the absorption basket (depending on your family status)

Obtaining documents in Israel

Upon arrival in Israel, you receive an internal identity card and a repatriate card. Next you need:

  • visit the Israeli Interior Ministry to apply for a biometric passport to save your time;
  • open a bank account;
  • stick to the health insurance fund;
  • visit the ministry of absorption.
After obtaining citizenship

After repatriation and going through all the stages, it is worth deciding whether you want to stay in Israel, or move to another country, Israeli citizenship, in any case, remains with you. but there are many legal subtleties that need to be settled in advance in case of departure:

  • maintain the activity of the bank account;
  • timely notify the appropriate authorities about your place of residence;
  • extend or suspend enrollment in the health insurance fund;
  • apply for suspension of payments from the absorption basket.
why choose wrai?
Professionalism We are experts on Israel and accompany clients through all stages of the process, as well as providing full information support in related matters.
Trust More than 3,500 families received Israeli citizenship thanks to WRAI!
Fixed cost Sophisticated and fixed tariff plans with no additional costs
100% adherence to promised deadlines
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Guarantees 99% of clients pass the consular check the first time
Experience We have been assisting with the acquisition of Israeli citizenship since 2014.
Individual approach Full support from assistance in finding documents to the selection of real estate and financial advice.
prices for repatriation services
the offer is limited Standard from 7 000 $
Full support:
  • Assistance in making an appointment for an interview
  • Verification of documents proving eligibility for repatriation and drawing up an extended list of recommendations for document search
  • Preparation for interview with consul
  • Transfer to lodging
the price is frozen Comfort 11 000$
All the benefits of the Standard package, plus: expedited processing of documents within 4 working days in Israel, and also:
  • Delivery of ready documents
  • Support for opening a bank account
  • Advice on private health insurance
Business 22 000 $
All the benefits of the Comfort package, plus:
  • Expedited processing of documents within 3 working days in Israel
  • Airport pick up and express initial paperwork
  • Logistics within Israel by premium car
  • Fast Track to departure from Israel
  • Provision of check-in address for 1 year
Premium from 44 000 $
  • Expedited paperwork within 2 working days in Israel
  • Concierge service during your stay in Israel
  • Assistance in choosing accommodation
  • Providing of mailbox for 1 year
  • Archival search of documents to pass the consular verification
Repatriation within Israel Full professional support within the country and assistance in obtaining citizenship of Israel and Darkon Get a consultation
Repatriation from any country in the world Comprehensive assistance in obtaining an Israeli passport from any country in the world Get a consultation
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Please provide contact details and the manager will contact you soon! Jenny Litman, Head of the Subscriber Department

    Ways to obtain Israeli citizenship

    Israel is a modern developed country. People from different parts of the earth seek permanent residence in Israel. Israel ranks first in the number of migrants and returnees.

    Obtaining Israeli citizenship is carried out on the basis of the «Law of Return». On the basis of the act, a person with Jewish roots can become a citizen of the country — up to the third generation. These are children, grandchildren, spouses of Jews. Even if a Jewish relative is not alive, or he is/ lives in another country and does not plan to return, there are no obstacles in obtaining a passport.

    To obtain guaranteed Israeli citizenship, you must apply to the relevant authority. If you are in Israel, then you need to come to the Ministry of Internal Affairs, and if you are applying in your country of origin, to the Israeli embassy.

    1. Repatriation

    To obtain Israeli citizenship without living in Israel, you need to collect the necessary papers in their original form and present them to the Israeli Missions Around The World:

    • Color photo, 3*4 cm for each family member, including infants.
    • A document on the birth and marriage of the applicant, relatives: father, mother, grandmother.
    • Color photo, 3*4 cm for each family member, including infants.
    • Passports.
    • Diploma and certificate.
    • A work record.
    • A certificate that there is no criminal record (the document must be translated into Hebrew and English, notarized).
    • Data on close relatives living in Israel.
    • Documents proving family connection with a Jewish ancestor up to the third generation.

    You have to go to the embassy only after you have been invited and your repatriate visa application form has been approved. After the papers are collected, you and your family need to personally appear at the consulate for an interview and document verification. If the decision is positive, you will receive a visa for repatriation for a period of 6 months. As soon as the visa is in hand, you can purchase air tickets.

    Upon arrival at the airport, you will receive:
    • Certificate of the repatriate.
    • Temporary identity card for moving around the country.
    • Financial assistance.
    • Referral to the health insurance fund (the first year of residence in the country, medicine is free).
    • Paid SIM card.
    • Free taxi to your place of residence.
    After obtaining Israeli citizenship, you are issued a permanent internal passport and a foreign darkon for traveling abroad.
    2. Naturalization

    A person who is not a Jew can obtain Israeli citizenship by naturalization. Main grounds:

    • The presence of a valid residence permit.
    • A document on the birth and marriage of the applicant, relatives: father, mother, grandmother.
    • Lack of citizenship of another state
    If you speak Hebrew, you have your own property and you are financially independent — there are much more chances to get an official status.
    3. Marriage with an Israeli citizen

    Citizens of other countries can acquire Israeli citizenship by marrying an Israeli citizen. What is required for this:

    It is necessary to undergo a special procedure.
    You need to submit a special application and start the procedure. The main requirements are:

    • to live with your spouse in Israel for more than 5 years
    • integrate into Israeli society (work, hobby groups, language, etc.)

    Renew your residency visa annually + undergo checks on the authenticity of the relationship. For evidence may require: booking of hotel rooms, airline tickets, accommodation, bills, photos, receipts from restaurants, holidays. Sometimes the procedure takes longer than 5 years. Once you are approved, you can apply for Israeli citizenship.

    4. Labor and business immigration
    Foreigners and businessmen officially employed in the country have the right to a guaranteed residence permit.
    Before you get Israeli citizenship, think carefully — study all the pros and cons. If there is no doubt left, go to the consulate and start collecting documents.
    Ways to obtain Israeli citizenship
    By yourself
    • You need a lot of free time
    • A long search for solutions
    • Conditionally free (but you will have to spend money on food and housing for several months)
    • Risk of failing a consular check
    • You'll have to learn Hebrew
    Migration company
    • Don't know the specifics
    • There is no prompt reaction to changes in legislation Israel
    • No support after obtaining citizenship
    WORLD REPATRIATION AGENCY ISRAEL
    • Quickly and instead of you
    • Turnkey solution
    • Guarantee of the result
    • Repatriation from any country
    • Support after obtaining citizenship
    • You only need to spend 2-3 days in Israel
    Lawyer
    • There is no support in Israel
    • It helps only in case of refusal of citizenship
    • There are no turnkey solutions
    • Solves a narrow range of issues
    FAQ
    I want to get Israeli citizenship. Where to start?

    To obtain Israeli citizenship without living in Israel, you need to collect the necessary papers in their original form and present to Israeli Missions Around The World:

    • Color photo, 3*4 cm for each family member, including babies;
    • Document on the birth and marriage of the applicant, relatives: father, mother, grandmother;
    • ID;
    • Passports;
    • Diploma and certificate;
    • W-2;
    • A certificate stating that there is no criminal record (the document must be translated into Hebrew and English, certified by a notary);
    • Information about close relatives living in Israel.
    • Documents proving family connection with a Jewish ancestor up to the third generation.
    I have Jewish origin, but I don't have documents, what should I do?

    If you are sure of your Jewish origin, but cannot find documents to prove it and obtain Israeli citizenship, you can always contact the WRAI, where archival search specialists face a variety of situations every day and find a way out of them.

    Archival search specialists have access to both open and closed state archives around the world.

    Can I retain dual citizenship with Israel?

    When obtaining Israeli citizenship, no one will force you to renounce the citizenship of the country of origin. There are no restrictions for holders of two or more citizenships in the country.

    How long do you need to live in Israel to get a darkon?

    According to the new law, in 2023, you need to live at least a year after repatriation in order to receive a darkon.

    Do I have to pay taxes in Israel?

    For new repatriates, there is an exemption from various taxes for a period of 6 months to 10 years, depending on the category. If you do not intend to live in Israel after obtaining citizenship, you will not have to pay any additional taxes, since you will not be a resident of the country.

    How does the Israeli citizenship process differ for children or spouses of Israeli citizens?

    There are no differences in the process of repatriation for the spouse and children of a person with Jewish roots, they go through all stages of repatriation together.

    I have no jewish roots, can I get citizenship?

    Yes, under the Family Reunification Law or under the STUPRO program through marriage to an Israeli citizen/civilian.

    Get a free consultation from an Israeli citizenship specialist

      Please provide contact details and the manager will contact you soon! Sara Malik, Head of the Subscriber Department