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There are some exceptions to that rule, including:
- Parents, grandparents, siblings, spouses of siblings, as well as sibling’s infant children can go to Israel for a wedding, bar mitzvah, or bas mitzvah.
- Grandparents can fly to Israel a month before an expected birth and can stay a month after birth.
- Students applying through their qualified institution.
Nefesh B’Nefesh reports that grandparents can now apply to visit their grandkids that were born in Israel since March 1st. They note that applications for this exemption must be submitted by September 18th.
You will have to apply for entry permission from your local Israeli embassy or consulate and you’ll need to provide proof of your qualification for an exception along with your passport and travel itinerary.
You can email MCW.email@example.com if you have any problems with this process.
If you are coming from a “Red” country, you will still have to home quarantine for 14 days before you can leave the house.
If you have only been to “Green” countries in the past 14 days, you can skip quarantine. For an American, that means you can vacation to Croatia for 14 days without needing to quarantine and then fly to Israel without needing to quarantine as Croatia is a green country.
Will you visit your grandchildren born in Israel since March?