Zari Hazan and Co. Law Office specializes in acquiring Israeli citizenship in various cases. We have vast experience with acquiring Israeli citizenship after waver, after marriage, acquiring Israeli citizenship for children, for a permeant residence as well acquiring a stay permit.

The conditions for acquiring Israeli citizenship vary in each case, according to the circumstances and personal status, and there are various procedures of the MIO for each case and circumstances.

For instance, under the Procedure for Acquiring Israeli Citizenship after Renunciation the application has to be submitted abroad, whereas when the application is based upon marriage, the obligatory condition is that the foreigner is in Israel for at least the last three years out of five.

Our proficiency in the various and multiple procedures enables us to provide you with the correct and accurate answer for every case.

Throughout the years we gained deep acquaintance and experience at the various bureaus of the Ministry of Interior, and we acknowledge both the limitations and the possibilities the Ministry offers.

In general, the possibility to immigrate to Israel for a non-Jewish person is limited, yet the law allows immigration in special cases, such as: spouses (married or not married), foreign specialists, work immigrants in certain cases, issues of Jews, foreign students, artists, etc.

Our office is vastly experienced in such cases and we achieved great success in acquiring stay and residence visas for immigrants included in these categories.

Our office is well acquainted with the various immigration methods to Israel in accordance with the law, and we can advise you about the best possible way for you to immigrate to Israel, whether temporarily or permanently.

In addition, Zari Hazan and Co is experienced with filing appeals on rejections of applications to immigrate, whether in virtue of the Law of Return, when the request to acknowledge the immigrants’ Judaism was denied, whether in virtue of the Citizenship and Entry into Israel Law, such as in cases of not recognizing the spousal connection and in other situations as well that are not recognized under the Nationality Law, such as: Children of Israeli citizens, single elderly parents, etc.

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