Israeli visitors visa question...

Old Jul 25, 12, 11:17 am
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Israeli visitors visa question...

Recently me and my wife got a tourist visa (B2) to go and visit Israel for our first time. The visa expires on october 16.
Due to work schedule, we can only arrive on october 14 and plan to stay for 10 days until october 24.
Will we have problems in inmmigration when we arrive at TLV?
Many thanks for any response...!
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Old Jul 25, 12, 12:06 pm
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Moving this over the Middle East forum for further discussion. Thanks! /JY1024, TravelBuzz co-moderator
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Old Jul 25, 12, 12:13 pm
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Bound to, I would say. A visa should cover the whole period of your stay, not just your arrival date.
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Old Jul 25, 12, 12:58 pm
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Originally Posted by orionve View Post
Recently me and my wife got a tourist visa (B2) to go and visit Israel for our first time. The visa expires on october 16.
Due to work schedule, we can only arrive on october 14 and plan to stay for 10 days until october 24.
Will we have problems in inmmigration when we arrive at TLV?
Many thanks for any response...!
what Country are you citizens of that you needed to get a VISA ahead of time? Most Western countrys you get the VISA (stamp) once you arrive and need not apply before hand

say you are from the US, you wont have any problems as they will simply stamp your PP once you get there as they do mine all the time. If however you are from 1 of the few Countrys where you do need a VISA ahead of time then most likely you wont have to worry either since the Carrier will be Fined if they allow you to fly w/o a proper VISA
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Old Jul 25, 12, 4:35 pm
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Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs - Visas
I recommend contacting the nearest Israeli consulate or embassy.
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Old Jul 25, 12, 6:59 pm
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Nice

OP click this link to see a full list of all the Countrys that dont need a VISA (and gets it upon arrival) "exe" on the list and those where you need to get the VISA before actually arriving @ TLV "req" ; http://www.mfa.gov.il/NR/rdonlyres/0...quirements.pdf
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