I want to go to Israel.
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I want to go to Israel.
Jan 09, 2013, 11:51.
Re: I want to go to Israel.
Jan 09, 12:29.
Re: I want to go to Israel.
Jan 09, 2013, 12:33.
In Israel there should be many orthodox churches. You can become a priest and go there as a missionary, or as a monk in a monastery. Children you better leave at home, tk. to wish their children to serve in the Israeli army (go to war) – there is no more love in this world.
Re: I want to go to Israel.
Jan 09, 12:35.
Re: I want to go to Israel.
Jan 09, 19:44.
Dear participants of the discussion! The topic is called & quot; I want to go to Israel & quot; and does not include discussion of such issues as relations with Arabs and Arabs, the criminal situation in Ukraine, the Canadian girlfriend, the history of immigration, as well as the fruits of one’s own fantasy, not confirmed by facts.
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Re: I want to go to Israel.
Jan 09, 9:06 pm.
1, the Law of Return.
3, Illegal (including illegal stay in the country with an expired visa and forgery of documents)
1, the Law on Return permits the repatriation of Jewish children / grandchildren.
In our case, the question remains open.
Re: I want to go to Israel.
Jan 09, 9:19 pm.
1. Documents can not be obtained, they are not.
2. Gyur simply do not pull physically (I need to feed the family, we have a problem with time and survival).
3. Illegality is not considered as an option at all. Haha then my children have problems? Excluded.
4. The work is a cool thing, but does not give citizenship.
It remains only to resolve issues in a lawful way. Unfortunately. Come to the local Ravinat, presenting them with a visual aid for belonging to the Jews, but it is unlikely to bring success to the cause. 🙂
Re: I want to go to Israel.
Jan 09, 22:59.
Re: I want to go to Israel.
Jan 09, 23:08.
Your & quot; Benefit & quot; can point to belonging not only to Jews)) or are you talking about?))
In the case, if it is really possible for you to accept Judaism, you can find out about it in the local Rabbinical. As far as I know, it’s possible to pass giur and it’s easier not in Israel, but at home.
Re: I want to go to Israel.
10 Jan 2013, 07:45.
Re: I want to go to Israel.
10 Jan 2013, 13:55.
1. Heat. This is important, because having lived all life in a server country, you begin to appreciate the sun, warm air and the sea.
2. Free country. Having an Israeli passport, you can afford more than there is now.
3. A decent future for children (education, language, prospects for further migration)
1. The cost of living. It is understandable with such taxes, on which it is necessary to maintain one of the most combat-capable armies of the world.
2. The threat of war. Who would not say anything.
Re: I want to go to Israel.
10 Jan 2013, 14:40.
You will have to go through all the procedures in Russia, so to speak, without separation from the family and production, but then a full buzz. A normal orthodox Jew sits on the allowance, does not go to the army, etc.
Re: I want to go to Israel.
10 Jan 2013, 14:53.
To apply at the place of residence to the Society of Israel-Ukraine Friendship or.
Israel Cultural Center, to start actively cooperating and active there and (theoretically) can come to Israel.
as a representative of Ukraine for some kind of cultural ties 🙂
For example, I know about the woman who arrived – the leader of the choir of Jewish veterans of the war –
in Israel continues to do the same in nursing homes, where there are immigrants from Ukraine.
become an employee of Ukrainian special services – they will find a way to bury documents :))
Re: I want to go to Israel.
10 Jan 2013, 15:11.
Well, for example, get a job in an Israeli company, work out there a certain number of years on the contract, and so on.
The question is purely theoretical.
Re: I want to go to Israel.
10 Jan 2013, 16:06.
2. The wife has roots from there (grandmother – Jewish).
Wrote, answered to collect the docks.
How is the possibility of moving there assessed?
I’m not a Jew.
Re: I want to go to Israel.
10 Jan 2013, 16:40.
Well, for example, get a job in an Israeli company, work out there a certain number of years on the contract, and so on.
The question is purely theoretical.
with half a year ago in the news reported that the legendary goalkeeper of some famous Soviet (then still) team, who has been living legally in Israel for 20 years and officially is the coach of the national team of goalkeepers (well, I’m not strong in football and terminology :)) – finally, then I got citizenship. And his family, respectively. But in 20 years. . **
Re: I want to go to Israel.
10 Jan 2013, 16:44.
2. The wife has roots from there (grandmother – Jewish).
Wrote, answered to collect the docks.
How is the possibility of moving there assessed?
I’m not a Jew.
Re: I want to go to Israel.
10 Jan 2013, 17:55.
2. The wife has roots from there (grandmother – Jewish).
Wrote, answered to collect the docks.
How is the possibility of moving there assessed?
I’m not a Jew.
Type in the search engine – the Law of Return, there are all the answers to your questions. As yanechka is written, your family falls under this law.
On the documents you need to move, you can read on the website of the Agency or turn to their closest office to you.
Re: I want to go to Israel.
10 Jan 2013, 18:03.
Janechka, you were a little mistaken. After 12 years he was granted citizenship.
His name is Alexander Uvarov, former goalkeeper & quot; Dynamo & quot; Moscow. In 1991, he was invited to work in the football club “Maccabi” Tel Aviv, very successfully played until 2000. Since then, he has been working as a goalkeeper for the goalkeepers “Maccabi” and the Israeli team. In 2003, he received Israeli citizenship, along with his family. Lives in Rishon le Zion. Wife, daughter and son.
(interview with Uvarov)
– They gave two more to Sergei Tretyak, who was captain of the Odessa “Chernomorets”, and then played eight seasons for “Beitar”, and Murat Magomedov, who for 17 (!) Years served in the Maccabi Petah-Tikva (12 of them season Magomedov was the team captain. – “Sport”). The native of Makhachkala played 450 matches in Israel’s elite division and only this year he hung the boots on the nail.
Re: I want to go to Israel.
10 Jan 2013, 18:12.
The big request is, before you say something like that, get to the bottom of the matter first, or do you think that settlers in knitted bales are not adherents of orthodox Judaism? Many members of the orthodox trend Khabad Lubavich also serve in the army and work, and do not sit on the allowance.