Your baby is on the way? Congratulations!
This is a good time to learn about your rights as an A5 visa-holder mother in Israel! In this step-by-step guide, we will explain all the bureaucratic things you need to be aware of before and after giving birth.
Note: If the parents have been a “publicly known couple,” meaning in the gradual visa process, for less than 300 days before the birth, or have been married for less than 300 days before the birth, a paternity test might be required to determine that the child is eligible for Israeli citizenship, in accordance with procedure 5.2.0004 – Procedure for granting status in Israel to minors born in Israel through recognition of paternity (full article coming soon!).
This article was co-written by Adv. Lior Beres of AIC, and guest writer Mette Silver Mikkelsen. Thank you Mette for your big contribution of information on this topic!
- Get BL/303 Form
- Registration at the Hospital
- Security Deposit
- National Insurance Institute
- Updating Your Workplace
- Passport Pictures
- Ministry of Interior
- Registration for Health Insurance
- Foreign Citizenship
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