The State of Israel permits the issuance of a work visa at the consulates of the country of origin. Which allows foreign citizens to cross the border having obtained a work visa just before entering Israel.
B1 work visa is a limited visa with the possibility of extension. Obtaining a work visa comprises bureaucratic procedures. Starting with filling out the forms, attaching the documents and paying the registration fee.
Employment permits for foreign workers are granted in various employment sectors. Nursing associations. Agricultural and industrial infrastructures. Ethnic restaurants and hotels in the Eilat region. Employment permits are granted to specialists as well.
Obtaining a permit to work in Israel, is conditioned by the fact, that the employee will work exclusively for the employer who invited him to work in Israel. The employee is not allowed, to work for another employer or for an additional employer under his supervision.
If an employee stops working for the employer who invited him. Or if, he does work for an additional employer. His work permit will be revoked and he will be forced to leave Israel.
In fact, while a foreign worker is in Israel, he is associated with the employer who invited him. And does not have the opportunity to move from one employer to another. A work permit must be issued in the name of the employer who invited him. It can only be issued for an approved field of employment.
It should be noted that the independent management of documentation in State bodies, can cause many difficulties in the future. And in such a case, it is easy to make a mistake. Which, as they say, “can be made and is impossible to fix”. Therefore it is important to get a preliminary consultation before submitting a request to the authorities.
It should also be noted. That everything written in the initial application submitted by the applicant, is a basis for continuing actions in the State bodies. Influencing further success or failure, since it is very important to formulate the most correct and accurate statements in the first application.