If you don't want to submit the application online, you can do so in one of the following ways.
In some cases, you can only change your address in person at an authority office. See Who can apply, above, for details.
What you need
- The ID appendices of each person the change of address is being made for.
- In some cases you will need to submit additional documents and must make the application in person. See Who can apply, above, for details.
- If you are changing your address to your parent's address or to an address under another person's name see Changing you address to your parent's address or to another person's address, below, for details.
- If you are changing an address on behalf of your parent or other person see Changing an address on behalf of your parents or another person, below, for details.
How to submit the application
- If you have a biometric ID card and password you can change your registered address online, and print the updated appendix at any of the Population and Immigration Authority self-service stands, at the authority offices and at general self-service stands located across the country.
- You will need your biometric ID and password. Find out more about biometric documentation.
- If you don't have a biometric ID card, you can submit the change of address request at the self-service stand and your new ID appendix will be sent by post.
Submit the application in person at your local Population and Immigration Authority offices.
Submit the application by post to: The National Information and Service Center, 42 Agripas Street, Jerusalem, Israel.
(Sending by registered post is recommended for tracking).