By Amit Acco, Update: 09 September 2021
First Travel in of Employees & Dependents
- Travel to Israel is allowed subject to presenting a valid entry permit from the Ministry of Interior in Israel Or by presenting having a valid B-1 work visa provided to the employee by the Israeli Consulate at the country of residency or nationality.
- Dependents of B-1 working visa employees must obtain a COVID-19 entry permit prior to every entry. The employer should apply for this permit at the Ministry of Interior at least two weeks prior to travel.
Travel in/Out of Employees & Dependents Within the Validity of Their Multiple Entry Visa
- Employee’s first entry to Israel – COVID-19 entry permit is required. Employers should apply for this permit at the Ministry of Interior at least 2 weeks prior to travel.
- Employees that already hold a valid B-1 working visa, as well as a multiple entry visa stamp in their passport, do not need to apply for a COVID-19 entry permit prior to every re-entry to Israel.
- Dependents of B-1 working visa employees must obtain a COVID-19 entry permit prior to every entry, regardless of whether they hold a multiple entry visa. The employer should apply for this permit at the Ministry of Interior at least two weeks prior to travel.
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