What has changed
Effective immediately, Israel’s Short Employment Authorization (SEA) has been extended from thirty (30) days to forty-five (45) days. Previously the SEA allowed work in Israel for a maximum of thirty (30) days within a twelve (12) month period.
Who is affected?
What to expect
- Employers sending foreign nationals to Israel for short-term work
The thirty (30) day Short Employment Authorization was introduced earlier this year, for citizens of countries with visa-free entry, as a short-term option with faster processing times and low government fees. The SEA will now allow citizens of visa-free eligible countries work authorization for up to forty-five (45) days within one (1) year. In addition, employers will be required to submit a signed affidavit.
What you need to do
- Emigra Worldwide can assist in the preparation and submission of materials
- Contact your Emigra Worldwide attorney or representative for further details on how these updates may impact you or your client.
The information above was provided by Emigra Worldwide, our global network partners, and relevant government authorities. The information herein is for general purposes only and not intended as advice for a particular matter. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the global immigration professional with whom you work.