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Joshua Pex is your trusted Israeli immigration lawyer for all your Israeli visas and Israel immigration needs. Above all, our office believes each person has the right to achieve their dreams and ambitions. We believe in uncompromising professionalism, personal touch, and being in tune with your needs will lead to the best results.

Our specialty is to provide reliable legal representation to businesses, families, and individuals looking to get Israeli visas and immigrate to Israel. Joshua Pex, our lead attorney, and his team have a long track record in helping businesses and individuals achieve their immigration and visa goals. For instance, obtaining expert work visas, reuniting non-Jewish family members, and obtaining visas by investment. Our mission is to make this transition a smooth, painless experience.

Unlike other attorneys, Joshua Pex is proud to regularly provide legal updates on everything related to Israeli visas and immigration for free on this website and other media platforms, Such as Facebook, YouTube, LinkedIn, Twitter.

Don’t hesitate to reach out to us for your Israeli visas and immigration needs.

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Our team regularly resolves citizenship and visa issues for businesses and individuals.

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“I’m here to provide you the best legal support and service on your on Israeli visas and immigration journey to Israel. I’m closely familiar with the personal and legal challenges and complications that may arise in such a life-changing process, especially in a country that doesn’t encourage the immigration of non-jews.”

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Asylum in Israel due to persecution for sexual orientation in homeland

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One man’s legal struggle to obtain an entry permit to Israel for his spouse from abroad

Benjamin (Israeli) and Camila (Colombian) met online and fell in love, but the Ministry of the interior, immigration department, would not allow her to enter Israel as the foreign partner of an Israeli. However, with our legal assistance, after a long legal battle, the Immigration Court of Appeals ruled in favor of the couple. Here … Continue reading One man’s legal struggle to obtain an entry permit to Israel for his spouse from abroad

Inviting a foreign spouse to Israel: Will the financial capacity of the Israeli partner be tested?

  The Immigration Authority in countries around the world usually carefully check the financial capacity of the local spouse before they allow him or her to invite a foreign spouse for the purpose of starting a family. However, in Israel this is not the case and the immigration law and official procedures hardly address this … Continue reading Inviting a foreign spouse to Israel: Will the financial capacity of the Israeli partner be tested?