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Immigration Client Alert | Israel, Poland, Armenia

Barring on entry of non-Israelis extended until May 16

According to Ynet, Israel's most popular internet portal, the Israeli Airports Authority stated today that Non-Israelis will not be allowed to travel to Israel until May 16.

This is the first official announcement of a possible date for allowing foreign nationals into Israel since the COVID-19 pandemic began. 

It may be possible that this date will be further postponed, but it certainly indicates the government’s intention to re-open the borders as soon as possible, to allow the ever-growing Israeli economy to flourish, while maintaining a solid and successful public health policy. 

Best Regards, 

Amit Acco. | Partner 


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