Aliyah? We're here for you
Here you can find some information about the most common topics and questions. You can navigate through the lateral menu.
For any question or wonder please contact our Rakaz Aliyah and we’ll help you!
Our immigrants, alumni of Habonim Dror, live around the country, from North to South; along Zionist History, they have been among the Founders of the State and Kibbutzim.
As Habonim Dror is a “pioneering” Youth Movement that strives to educate its members to personal fulfillment, it encourages and supports its members to the idea of Aliyah.
The website contains information for New Immigrants (“Olim Chadashim”) to Israel, and also for people who are considering immigrating to the State of Israel.
A broad and detailed range of information about Aliyah can be found in this website, (in four (4) languages; Hebrew, English, French and Spanish): from the first steps in Israel as an Oleh Chadash (New Immigrant): Immigrants’ rights and various entitlements,
to Social Security issues, car insurance, health insurance and service in the IDF.
The information was taken from various official sites of Israeli authorities who deal with Immigration to Israel.
The decision to immigrate to Israel is a very significant one, and needs a lot of preparation, thought and deliberation.
It is therefore that we hope that our site can assist in this process and answer most of the questions that come up during the process, so that a well thought out and suitable decision can be made.
We will be happy to answer any and all questions and assist in any way in order to help in the process of making Aliyah.
Please do not hesitate to contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org. If after visiting the site there are still questions and unclear matters, we will be happy to assist!
It is very important to us to keep in contact with our alumni, please let us know before your actual Aliyah, so that we can offer our assistance and support.
Law of return
Since then the law is known as the Law of return, giving all Jews of the world the opportunity and right to be a citizen of the State of Israel.
Over the years amendments and changes were made in the Law of Return, ensuring that non-Jewish children of Jewish parents will have the same rights and can receive Israeli citizenship. This means that the State of Israel has become a safe haven for all people with Jewish roots.
Overview of Aliyah Process
For your convenience, you will find here a list of all arrangements necessary for a smooth initial absorption.
In order for you to learn the language easily and fast, you are entitled to participate in an “Ulpan” (Intense Hebrew Course for Immigrants) either for free or for only a symbolic fee.
How to register??…How do you choose a University?….Whom to talk to about scholarships and benefits?….
Please find here the link to information about the leading Universities and Academies in Israel:
Additionally, you are entitled to a variety of benefits and assistance during your service in the IDF.
Health and services in Israel
The Israeli health-care system has accomplished much over the years, both in research and practical medicine, in public health and in accessibility for the public.
The National Social Security’s main goal is to protect and assist Israeli citizens on a economic level. It is able to protect and assist on several different levels in different situations.
As a New Immigrant (or as a Returning Minor, or Returning Citizen), you are exempt of payments to the National Social Security for 12 months from the date of Aliyah.
Below you will find general information about life in Israel, such as how to deal with insurance, how to buy an apartment and information about the religious/cultural life cycle in Israel.