A1103 / Version 5 / 02.07.2023 / English
This document cannot be replaced by a marriage certificate or other proofs of identity. You can find more information on the apostille here.
If you were married more than once, you need to send all the civil certificates (not replaceable by the Ketubah or by the divorce decree). If you changed your name, you also need a certificate of change of name with apostille.
Your Israeli passport must be valid for at least another year.
You must submit a letter from a Rabbi stating your eligibility status including the legal names of both parents. This letter must meet strict conditions. If you converted to Judaism, you must send the conversion documents. You can find more details here.
As a Katin Chozer you must fill out the following form stating your exits and entries from/to Israel
You must prove that you resided outside of Israel since the age of 14. A proof can be a certificate of residence, a valid foreign passport, school documents or other evidences.
The proof must cover at least the past 5 years. If you are over 25 years old, you don’t need to submit this proof.
Send a form stating your parents’ entries and exits when you were between 14-18 years old
You must prove that your parents resided outside of Israel when you were between 14-18 years old.