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The massive oil reserves in the Middle East are well-known. Saudi Arabia is home to Ghawar, the largest conventional oil field in the world (measured 280 km by 30 km). It is also regarded as the birthplace of the three major world religions: Judaism, Islam, and Christianity.

Israel is a nation in the Middle East, located at the eastern end of the Mediterranean Sea. It is geographically located on the continent of Asia.


Long coastal plains, highlands in the north and center, and the Negev desert in the south make up the small nation of Israel’s somewhat diversified geography. The Great Rift Valley’s northern terminal covers the entire country from north to south along its eastern border.


The only Jewish nation in modern times is the State of Israel, and the area that is now a part of that country has a long and rich history that goes back to pre-biblical times.

Jerusalem, a holy city for three religions: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, is also the capital of this nation. Braille symbols on Israeli banknotes enable blind people to “read” them.


In the field of science and technology, Israel is quite developed. In terms of the global distribution of scientific publications per person, the nation is ranked 13th. The nation makes significant investments in the field of research and development. Israel’s population is among the most technologically literate in the world.


In addition to its numerous beaches, mild temperatures, and interesting historical, archeological, and biblical sites, Israel is a small but diversified nation in the Middle East.

Those wishing to enroll in primary and secondary schools, academic institutions, yeshivot, and youth institutes of the Jewish Agency are granted an Israel A-2 student visa. However, this visa does not allow the individual to work in Israel. Multiple admissions and exits are permitted for the duration of the visa’s validity. 


The required documents are:

According to the invitation of an officially recognized religious institution in Israel, priests are granted an Israel A/3 Clergy visa to carry out their clerical duties among their religious communities in Israel. A standard B-2 visa will be granted to a clergyman traveling to Israel on a visit and needing an entry visa. Religious organizations that are inviting clerics must apply to Israel. The required documents are:

Foreign nationals must have a work visa to work in Israel. This visa is given to experts and artists and for various vocations, including those in the high-tech industry. 


The required documents are:

The global mobility section of Direct U.S. Immigration assists prospective foreign nationals in their immigration to Israel. Whether you wish to study in Israel, join the clergy, or immigrate as a skilled worker, we provide experienced advice and application procedures.


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