The recognition of the inherent dignity and of the equal and inalienable rights of all members of the human family is the foundation of freedom, justice and peace in the world

(The Universal Declaration of Human Rights adopted by the U.N General Assembly on December 10, 1948 and ratified by Israel).

Human Rights are the rights bestowed upon any human being in virtue of its natural, human dignity without depending on the power of any government. As the rights are natural, and are not given by the government, the government cannot deprive them.

Out of profound belief in the values of human dignity, equality and justice, our office engraved on its agenda the social subject, especially regarding acquiring legal status in Israel.

Night and day, we encounter the refusal of the Israel Immigration Authority to give status to the spouse of an Israeli citizen, to register spouses as married, to extend the stay in Israel for a foreign worker nursing a sick man dependent on her or a holocaust survivor that finds it hard to separate from her, to give status for children of illegal residents born and raised in Israel, to provide various stay visas, and more, when in fact there is no legal prevention to weigh strong humanitarian considerations under the circumstances of each case and provide the desired status.

Our office acquired great expertise and multiple professional tools to fight the wrongs being caused by the state authorities in general, and by the Ministry of Interior in particular, and we are one of the leaders in this field in Israel. We have accumulated bountiful experience in immigration and entry to Israel issues and in acquiring different types of visas, including work permits for foreign workers.

The office specializes in litigation regarding conflicts with the authorities, including legal counseling in human and civil rights in Israel, legal services for exhausting all proceeding versus the authority, submitting administrative petitions and appeals to the administrative courts and to the High Court of Justice.