A photocopy of the passport of the person for whom the application is being made, including entry visas to other countries.
If you are an Israeli resident making an application to invite a foreigner, you must provide a photocopy of your ID.
If you are an Israeli resident applying to invite a foreigner, you must provide a liability document, stating the duration and reasons for the visit and the date of departure.
If you are an Israeli resident applying to invite a foreigner, you must provide official documents and certificates showing the relationship between you and the foreigner you are inviting.
When applying to invite a minor who is a foreigner, you must submit a signed affidavit from both parents, or from their legal guardian.
If the foreigner's country of origin is, or they are citizens of, a country defined by the security services as a "high-risk" country, you must complete and submit a resume form for security clearance.
For foreigners, invited for judicial hearings or a claims committee at the National Insurance Institute, you must provide power of attorney.
After completing and printing the entry visa application form, submit the forms and required documents in persons at the relevant Israel representatives abroad or at the Population and Immigration Authority offices in Israel. Applications for entry visas and tourist licences type B/2 for foreigners can be submitted at Israeli missions in the country of origin.
When applying to invite a foreigner to judicial hearings, the attorney-in-fact (the person who has been granted power of attorney) must submit a court order or summons, clarifying that the foreigner's presence is necessary. If the application is approved, the invited foreigner will be given a visa for up to 7 days, subject to a bank guarantee.