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Refusal of Application by the Ministry of Interior

The MOI has the authority to refuse the B-1 visa application.  When refusing an application, the MOI is under no obligation to inform the applicant of the grounds for the refusal.  Visa denials are generally not subject to judicial review except in extreme circumstances.  The most common grounds for refusal include: (1) possession of a criminal record in Israel and/or abroad; (2) previous legal or illegal residence or work in Israel; or (3) the making of a false material statement by the applicant.

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