From Jerusalem Post:

Regulations for allowing non-Israelis to visit their family members in Israel were changed Tuesday morning by the Population and Immigration Authority to permit those with a first-degree relative in Israel to visit the country.The regulations now state that foreign nationals who are vaccinated against COVID-19, or have recovered from the disease, and who have a first-degree family member who is a citizen or permanent resident of Israel, can visit the country with their spouse or partner and their children.

Until now, having a first-degree relative who was a citizen or resident of Israel did not give foreign nationals any extra rights for entering the country. The changes to the regulations, which go into affect on Wednesday, should now make it easier and quicker to get an entry permit into Israel for foreign nationals with parents, children or siblings living in the country. CLICK on here to read more.

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