immigrants in israel

Nefesh B’Nefesh received its highest number of applications ever

In the first half of June, over 900 applications have been submitted to the group for making the move to Israel, or aliyah, compared to 399 in June 2019.

Preparing for a new wave of olim in the wake of COVID-19

IMMIGRATION and ABSORPTION AFFAIRS: Signs point to increased aliyah, but will it happen and how can the government help?

90,000 immigrants expected in Israel in next 18 months, says minister

New Aliyah Minister Pnina Tamano-Shata adds that she intends to bring all remaining members of Falash Mura in Ethiopia to Israel, saying ‘It’s not Jewish to divide parents from children.’

New immigrant to Israel diagnosed with coronavirus

The immigrant was on a plane with 49 others who arrived in Israel on June 9.

A family of olim who came to Israel during the coronavirus crisis on June 9
51 immigrants arrive from the US in shadow of COVID-19 crisis

Thousands of families newly immigrated to Israel within the last year, ineligible for aid from the National Insurance, will be eligible for the grant.

AN ENTHUSIASTIC welcome for new immigrants from France with T-shirts bearing the hashtag (in Hebrew)
Jewish Agency estimates 50,000 possible immigrants for 2021

That would constitute almost double the average of recent years.

10,000 students to return to ulpans next week

Like other educational institutions, ulpans were shuttered when the COVID-19 pandemic struck but have remained close until now, while numerous other educational frameworks reopened several weeks ago.

Netanyahu meets with settler leaders in Gush Etzion after the US stated that settlements are not ill
47% of Israeli Anglos support West Bank annexation – i24 poll

The poll also found that a vast majority of French-speaking Israelis (90%) support an annexation of parts of the West Bank.

Finding a job in Israel in challenging times
Finding a job in Israel in challenging times

I want to share some tips to help the employment process flow more smoothly and to make job-seekers almost unshockable.

Yoav Galant
Immigrants now eligible to get welfare payments without visiting ministry

The payments will be made automatically and in full to the eligible immigrants and 'returning citizens.'

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