Travelling to Israel after Brexit

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Marisa
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Travelling to Israel after Brexit

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My husband , British passport holder, is going to visit his daughter in Israel in April.

Where can we get the information if he needs a visa ?

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Marisa wrote:My husband , British passport holder, is going to visit his daughter in Israel in April.

Where can we get the information if he needs a visa ?
Internet, British Embassy, Government Web Site, Israeli Embassy - just a thought mind you!

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Thank you!

I wonder why this easy idea did not come to my mind??

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Marisa wrote:Thank you!

I wonder why this easy idea did not come to my mind??
Who can say? I typed in the search function on the internet, "Do I need a visa for Israel"? A very useful site appeared listing the requirements, documents etc and visa types required for tourists and students. Your husband's daughter should also be able to help with his enquiry.

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Brits don't need a visa for max 90 days in Israel, just a passport valid during the stay

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