At the beginning of the repatriation process, the Ministry of Immigration and Absorption provides an “absorption basket” with rights and privileges.
Such as financial assistance for initial absorption (six months), financial assistance for the purchase of electrical household goods (four years from the date of repatriation).
Hebrew language courses, housing, rental assistance, employment assistance, entrepreneurship assistance, assistance in applying for various courses, student assistance – courses and confirmation of diplomas, exemption from customs duties and consumer taxes, and much more.
An extensive service basket is provided to those who have the right to repatriation; the State of Israel is making great efforts for the absorption of the repatriates, their children, grandchildren and, in some cases, even their great-grandchildren.
In addition, those non-Jews who are eligible for repatriation, that is, those who wish to adopt the Jewish religion, can begin the process of “conversion” during repatriation. It should be noted that not every form of conversion is acceptable and a new convert needs to go through the conversion process in recognized and approved bodies.
The conversion process is not a requirement for repatriation.
An individual with a tourist visa, who is entitled to repatriation in accordance with the Law of Return, may change his legal status and repatriate or obtain a work visa without having to leave Israel; he goes through the procedure of changing his status while he is in Israel.
The A.I law firm of Abraham Izrailov provides legal assistance, including assistance abroad, in order to pass the interview at the Israeli Embassy.
The services provided in this field became possible due to our firm’s unique expertise in additional fields; we provide services such as obtaining the legal status in Israel, visa and immigration services.