To Israel for permanent residence?
The last time I have not left the thought of changing the place of residence. I really want to go to Israel! In addition, my grandfather was a Jew. Who moved there to live - how are your impressions?
There are 5 answers
Answered on February 11, 19:28
If you get citizenship, it’s very good. Several of my comrades received citizenship and are very satisfied. But the process of obtaining is not easy: it is necessary to confirm the Jewish roots.
Answered on February 11 19:35
Obtaining citizenship is not easy, even if you have roots. It is necessary to have an interview, and know Hebrew, and confirm religion. I advise you to find a good specialist who will help you collect the necessary documents and not to break the firewood during the interview. For example, there is such a lawyer for citizenship Read, he has described in detail what is needed for obtaining citizenship.
Answered on February 11 19:41
Wherever you move, everywhere you will feel like in a strange plate. The mentality is different, religion is different, language is different, holidays and customs are different, etc. But the standard of living is certainly much higher. Choose what is more important to you.
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