Visa Requirements for Entering Israel

Visitor visa

Mandatory

Visitor visa

Travelers need a visa to visit Israel for Business or Tourism. A paper or embassy visa is the only visa available for travelers visiting Israel. The visa is typically a stamp or sticker added to the passport. Travelers must obtain this visa from a local embassy, consulate or visa center before traveling. Travelers are required to obtain confirmation from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (exemption for a stay of up to 14 days to enter Israel through Tabba only up to Be'erSheva).
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Visitor visa

Mandatory

Visitor visa

Travelers need a visa to visit Israel for Business or Tourism. A paper or embassy visa is the only visa available for travelers visiting Israel. The visa is typically a stamp or sticker added to the passport. Travelers must obtain this visa from a local embassy, consulate or visa center before traveling. Travelers are required to obtain confirmation from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
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Visitor visa

Visa is not required

Not Required

Visa is not required

Travelers don’t need a visa to visit Israel for Business or Tourism. Travelers must have a biometric passport.
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Visa is not required

Not Required

Visa is not required

Travelers don’t need a visa to visit Israel for Business or Tourism. Travelers are required to obtain confirmation from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
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Visa is not required