Email or call your local branch of Misrad Haklita to schedule an appointment with a personal Klita counselor. It is advised to contact them within the first few days of arrival as it can take up to 2 weeks to get an appointment. A contact list for Misrad Haklita offices can be found here.
WHAT YOU NEED:
- Teudat Oleh
- Teudat Zehut
- Form stamped by your bank upon opening your bank account
- Receipt of bank deposit or bank statement
- If you are a Katin Chozer or Ezrach Oleh you must bring your Israeli passport. An appointment should be made even if you have not yet received your Teudat Zehut. You will sign up for health insurance at this meeting.
WHAT YOU GET:
- Sal Klita: Confirmation of the dates the payments will be deposited into your bank account
- Information regarding local Ulpan programs and registration vouchers for Ulpan
- Advice on Oleh resources in your neighborhood
- Information regarding tuition assistance, if applicable – contact the Minhal Hastudentim (Student Authority) at Misrad Haklita for more information
- In the case of Mishpachot Olim, someone married to a veteran Oleh, or an Israeli, spouses will be added to a joint Teudat Oleh.
If you are a Katin Chozer you will also need:
- Transcript of entries and exits from the Population and Immigration Authority if you are making Aliyah from within Israel or your status was not approved from abroad by the Aliyah center of the Jewish Agency
- Passport pictures
- You will then receive your Teudat Zakaut and review of your rights and benefits.
If you Are a previous A-1 temporary resident you will also need:
- Transcript of entries and exits from the Population and Immigration Authority if your status was not approved from abroad by the Aliyah center of the Jewish Agency
- Passport pictures
- You will then receive your Teudat Oleh and review of your rights and benefits.
- If you are an Oleh B’Sheinit, you will receive an updated Teudat Oleh or Zakaut.
*Last updated on July 16, 2023 *