How to Get a Visitor Visa for Israel

Israel Visitor Visa

Israel Visitor Visa

The Visitor Visa for Israel (B/2 visa) is granted to someone who wishes to stay in Israel for only a short time (for a visit, tourism, a business meeting or study in a Hebrew ulpan). If you enter Israel on this type of visa, you are not allowed to work in the country.

This type of visa is valid for up to three months from the date of issue. The duration of the stay in Israel will be determined by the Border Police. If you want to extend your visit, you need to submit an application at one of the regional population administration offices of the Ministry of the Interior.

Go to my Israel visa page to find out information on other types of visas for Israel.

I’ll break everything down for you below about how to go about getting the Israel Visitor Visa.

1
Find your closest consulate
2
Gather documentation

The official list of required documents is here at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs website.

3
Visa fee

Go to your embassy or consulate website to find out the latest visa fees.  They should be similar to the fees presented at the official site of the Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

4
Submit materials

Submit your required materials from Step 2 and the visa fee from Step 3 to the consulate or embassy you found in Step 1

5
Congratulations! You got your Israel visa!
6
Vaccination information

Don’t get sick!  Check vaccination requirements here.

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