A visitor who wants to visit Israel for the purpose of tourism will have to obtain a tourist visa. It is a short stay visa and is known as B/2 visa. It is issued to people who want to visit Israel for the purpose of sightseeing, attending business meet or studying in an ulpan. This visa does not grant the right to the recipient to work in Israel. B/2 visa is valid for a period … [Read more...]
Israel, officially known as the State of Israel is a Middle Eastern nation lying on the Mediterranean Sea and is considered as the biblical holy land by the Christians, Jews, and the Muslims. The city of Jerusalem has almost all the religious and sacred sites of this land and it's one of the most famous pilgrim centers and tourist destinations in the world.
The Dome of Rock shrine and Western Wall happens to be two of the most visited places in this nation. Tel Aviv the financial hub of Israel is famous for its beaches and architecture.
Tourists require a B/2 visa to travel to Israel and this visa is granted for a period of 90 days. To get a visa you need to submit a visa application form along with a valid passport, a copy of flight tickets, and proof of financial stability, medical report that shows that you are free of contagious diseases, and travel medical insurance.
To do an academic course in Israel a student requires A/2 student visa which is valid for a period of one year. To get this visa you are required to submit a duly filled and signed application along with a valid passport, birth certificate, proof of financial stability and medical reports.
A foreign student who wants to pursue an academic course or program in Israel will have to obtain the Israel student visa, also known as A/2 Student Visa. This student visa is granted to those who want to study in the elementary and high schools, academic institutions and yeshivot and youth institutions of the Jewish Agency. The Israel student visa is valid for up to one year. … [Read more...]