Individuals and families who seek to immigrate to Israel must have their Jewish identities certified by Israel’s Interior Ministry, a task that can be difficult for those who are not members of recognized Jewish communities, or who do not have recognized rabbis to vouch for them. It is especially challenging for those who have converted, because of disparities between Interior Ministry and local conversion court requirements.
- Clarify the documentation you need
- Evaluate your documentation
- Direct you to State-recognized rabbis and rabbinical courts
- Streamline and expedite Interior Ministry procedures