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Revision as of 10:00, 14 July 2019

Introduction:

A foreign worker who gave birth during her first 63 months of working in Israel is entitled to choose whether to leave the country with the child and then return to work in Israel without the child or continue to stay in Israel with the child until the end of 63 months from the day she first received her permit to live in Israel
A foreign worker who gave birth after she has worked 63 months in Israel is required to leave the country with the child after the first 14 weeks of her Maternity Leave.
A foreign worker who has to stop working for medical reasons connected to her pregnancy is eligible to receive a B/2 visa to remain in Israel until she gives birth even though she is not working
If the spouse of the worker or father of the child is a foreign national (not an Israeli citizen), the worker may obtain a visitor's permit or a work visa only if he is not in Israel
For additional information see the Procedure for foreign workers who are pregnant and give birth in Israel on the Population and Immigration Authority website
  • A foreign worker who wants to continue working in Israel after she gives birth needs to arrange her living and working permits.
    • A foreign worker who gave birth during her first 63 months of working in Israel is entitled to choose whether to leave the country with the child and then return to work in Israel without the child or continue to stay in Israel with the child until the end of 63 months from the day she first received a B / 1 visitor visa.
    • A foreign worker who gave birth after she has worked 63 months in Israel is required to leave the country with the child after her maternity leave. Despite this, in cases of foreign nursing care workers, if the most recent employer wants to continue employing the foreign worker, she may return to Israel without the child.

Who is Eligible?

How to Claim It?

Court Rulings

Aid Organizations

Government Agencies

Laws and Regulations

Additional publications

Credits

English translation and maintenance by The Shira Pransky Project.