Israel Student Visa Info Form – Students Under 18

Coronavirus TRAVEL student visa

UPDATED April 8, 2021

IMPORTANT NOTICE!! Student Visa Holders ARE NOT considered residents of Israel. So 1st-degree relatives CAN NOT apply to enter Israel.
With one Exception: If the student visa holder is getting married, the parents of the bride and groom can apply to enter, but NOT the siblings of the bride or groom.

NEW CHANGES REGARDING TRAVEL TO ISRAEL EFFECTIVE APRIL 7, 2021

Student Visa Holders and New Students – Effective immediately all students must go through their school for visas and permits to enter Israel, with the exception of students ages 17 and younger, which must go through the local Israeli consulate.

Travel to Israel: In cases of funerals, medical emergencies, and a limited amount of circumstances, there may be options for immediate family members to enter Israel. You can view the Entrance to Israel Advisory page, or in case of emergency, contact us directly for assistance in these matters.

Changes: There are ongoing policy changes happening rapidly and without advance warning, we will keep updating this page as frequently as we can. 

Contact Information:

Email:  [email protected]

If this is urgent and you need immediate assistance,
Phone: 646-517-0222 ext 999
This phone is being monitored 24/7 for life and death emergencies.

Student Visa

Student Visa Holders and New Students

Effective immediately all students must go through their school for visas and permits to enter Israel, with the exception of students ages 17 and younger, which must go through the local Israeli consulate.

 

Student Visa Holders ARE NOT considered residents of Israel. So 1st-degree relatives of students CAN NOT apply to enter Israel.
With one Exception: If the student visa holder is getting married, the parents of the bride and groom can apply to enter, but NOT the siblings or grandparents of the bride or groom.

 

Should you feel that there is an extenuating circumstance, and would like us to review it, please email [email protected], and put “Student Visa” in the subject line.