Israel
Travel Guide

Please note that the following information is subject to modification and change at any time, at the discretion of the Israeli government.

Travel to Israel: All travelers

Currently, all travelers will be allowed to enter Israel regardless of their age, nationality, or vaccination/recovery status.

The only requirement to enter Israel, is the Pre-Flight Traveler Entry Declaration form which must be filled out within (less than) 10 days prior to your scheduled flight departure time.

Click Here for a detailed list of what to bring to the airport.

If a traveler tests positive at any time while in Israel, they will be required to adhere to the full quarantine guidelines – Click Here for the full guidelines.

Departing Israel: All travelers

Israeli Government Requirements:

As long as a traveler is not obligated to be in quarantine on the date and time of their scheduled flight – there are no Israeli Government requirements in terms of pre flight covid testing in order to depart from Israel.

 

Destination Requirements:

Most countries in the world have specific pre flight covid testing requirements in order to check in and/or board a flight to their respective countries. Please check the rules of the country/countries you are traveling to.

 

USA Specific Pre Flight Covid Testing Requirement:

Effective 6/12/2022 there is no longer any pre-flight Covid testing requirement in order to enter the United States.

 

Stopover / Layover

Please note – there is a universally accepted rule that if you have an indirect flight (with a layover/stopover) and you meet all of the following 3 requirements, you need to meet the requirements of your final destination and not the stopover destination

All legs of your scheduled flight/s are on 1 itinerary – and not separate tickets/itineraries
Your stopover/layover is less than 12 hours
You do not leave the airport or clear thru border patrol of the stopover/layover destination

What to Bring to the Airport:

All travelers (regardless of age, nationality or status) must have their original, physical valid Foreign Passport or Israeli Passport.

Click here for step by step instructions on how to fill out the traveler entry declaration

All travelers must complete the following ministry of health “traveler entry” declaration within (less then) 10 daysprior to their flight.
Click Here to enter the “traveler entry” deceleration page.

After completing the Travel Entry Declaration page, you will receive and email (within 2-3 min after completion). Please print that email and bring it with you to the airport along with any attachments (incoming statement and/or green pass) that accompanied the email.

If only 1 parent is traveling with a Minor Child:
Please note, if the minor child is traveling with only one parent, you will need a formal notarized letter from the non-traveling parent authorizing the traveling parent of the child to travel outside the country
The letter should be signed by both parents, notarized, and include the passport image of the non traveling parent
The letter should state: I (name of non-traveling parent) with passport # (fill in number) give full permission for my partner (name of traveling parent) with passport # (fill in #) to travel to Israel with our child (fill in name of child and passport #)

This letter must be notarized and accompanied by a clear picture of the non-traveling parent.

Israeli Government Requirements:

As long as a traveler is not obligated to be in quarantine on the date and time of their scheduled flight – there are no Israeli Government requirements in terms of pre flight covid testing in order to depart from Israel.

 

Destination Requirements:

Most countries in the world have specific pre flight covid testing requirements in order to check in and/or board a flight to their respective countries. Please check the rules of the country/countries you are traveling to.

 

USA Specific Pre Flight Covid Testing Requirement:

Effective 6/12/2022 there is no longer any pre-flight Covid testing requirement in order to enter the United States.

 

Stopover / Layover

Please note – there is a universally accepted rule that if you have an indirect flight (with a layover/stopover) and you meet all of the following 3 requirements, you need to meet the requirements of your final destination and not the stopover destination

All legs of your scheduled flight/s are on 1 itinerary – and not separate tickets/itineraries
Your stopover/layover is less than 12 hours
You do not leave the airport or clear thru border patrol of the stopover/layover destination

Traveler Entry Declaration Form

All travelers must complete the following ministry of health “traveler entry” declaration within (less then) 48 hours prior to their flight.
Click Here to view our step by step instructions on filling out the “Traveler Entry” deceleration page.

After completing the Travel Entry Declaration page, you will receive and email (within 2-3 min after completion) with a PDF attachment. Please print that email and attachment, and bring it with you to the airport along.

Click Here for the form

Quarantine Guidance

This is only applicable to travelers who test positive while in Israel.
Full Quarantine/Isolation is now 5 days via the following method

For any traveler that enters Israel and tests positive for COVID-19 upon arrival or at any time during their stay in Israel – You will have to quarantine for a full 5 days (not including the date you tested positive). You will be permitted to quarantine at a private residence of your choosing until your quarantine period is over. You may take a PCR test on the 5th day – Once that test comes back negative, you are free from quarantine without any other request, application, or documentation required.  You may not leave/fly/travel out of Israel while in quarantine.

Contact Us

Questions and Inquiries:
For all questions or clarifications related to travel, please email us at [email protected], please make sure to include your phone number.

Emergencies:
If this is urgent and you need immediate assistance, please call David Kushner,
Amudim’s Director of Government Relations, at 646-517-0222 ext 218, 24 hours a day.

Amudim Headquarters:
11 Broadway
Suite 1076
New York, NY 10004
Phone: (646) 517-0222

Legal Disclaimer

Due to the continuously ongoing changes, that often happen without advance warning – Amudim attempts to keep this information up to date. Amudim assumes no responsibility for the accuracy of the information provided, as changes in Israeli government policy occur frequently. Amudim also does not guarantee results and can not be held responsible for the outcome of an application request.

Amudim’s No Fee Policy

Consistent with Amudim’s mission and values, the organization maintains a strict no-fee policy. We neither charge for our myriad services nor solicit donations in exchange for results. Should anyone hear of an incident where monies were requested by Amudim personnel or affiliates in exchange for services, whether as a charge or by donation, please report the incident to us immediately by email to [email protected] We take such allegations very seriously and will swiftly and efficiently investigate and address all such reports.