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Latest update as on 30 April, 2021

NOTICE

THIS IS TO INFORM THAT IVP CENTERS LOCATED IN NEW DELHI / MUMBAI /SRI LANKA WILL NOT ACCEPT APPLICATIONS FOR THE FOLLOWING CATEGORIES:- 

 B/1 Caregiver 
 A/2 student 
A/ 4 Dependent visa 

From today i.e 30 April ,2021.

Till further notifications

Latest update as on 23 April, 2021

Dear All,

For B/1 Caretaker,

Need to Submit "FLIGHT BOOKING along with the application ( NO CONFIRM ticket)" alongwith Visa Application/Documents.

Latest update as on 13 April, 2021

"Dear All,
 
Students need to follow the instructions for the permit letter-
 
1. Students - to whom visas were issued from March 16th, 2021 onwards.
 
Please Submit/ forward the Israel visa copy through email to the Embassy or IVP center.
 
The Embassy will issue a permit letter & shall forward it to Applicant directly.
 
NO service charges.
 
 
2. Students who received an Israel visa in December or earlier but couldn't fly due to a pandemic situation.
 
They must submit the following documents to IVP in person or by courier or through email:-
 
•         Acceptance letter from University with the latest date.
•         Health Insurance covering Covid-19.
•          Isolation form.
•          Approval from the Health Ministry in Israel.
 
Student Need to pay service charges at the IVP center.
 
Once the above documents are complete and forwarded to Embassy.
 
The Embassy will issue a permit letter.
 
3. Students who already have valid Israel visa issued from the Israel Ministry. And visited India on vacation & were stuck due to pandemic situation and now wish to go back to Israel to continue Ph.D. or postdoctoral.
 
They must submit the following documents to IVP in person or by courier or through email –
 
•         Acceptance letter from University with the latest date
•         Health Insurance covering Covid
•         Isolation form
•         Approval from the Health Ministry in Israel.
 
Students need to pay service charges at the IVP center.
 
Once the above documents are complete and forwarded to Embassy.
 
The Embassy will issue a permit letter."

Contact details for New Delhi

Consular2@newdelhi.mfa.gov.il 
Consular5@newdelhi.mfa.gov.il 
delhi@israelvisa.in 


Contact details for Mumbai: -

Consular2@mumbai.mfa.gov.il 
Consular3@mumbai.mfa.gov.il 
Consular4@mumbai.mfa.gov.il  
mumbai@israelvisa.in

 

 

Welcome to the Website for the Israel Visa Application Centre (VAC)

Welcome to the website of the Israel visa application centers in India. IVP (Israel visa processing) is the exclusive service provider for the State of Israel, authorized to provide administrative support services to visa applicants in India. We welcome visitors from around the globe who wish to travel to the State of Israel. The website provides all the information on how to apply for a visa to State of Israel. The guidelines listed on the site helps to prepare your documents with all relevant information pertaining to Israel visa. IVP center manages 4 visa application centers in India where you can submit your visa application with supporting documents at the respective center (Delhi/Mumbai/Bangalore/Kolkata) according to Jurisdiction list only - click here.

Please note applications submitted in New Delhi and Kolkata will be assessed by the Embassy of Israel, New Delhi. Israel visa application center provides the visa application support service only. Staff members of visa application center have no power over the outcome of an application. The decision to issue or refuse a visa is solely by the Embassy of Israel/Consulate General of Israel. Israel visa application center role is entirely impartial.

In case the Visa Approval process takes longer than our customer service targets then it is stated that neither the Israel Visa application centres nor the Israel Embassy shall be responsible in any manner whatsoever and the Applicant shall be the sole bearer of all risk and consequences." Please note that acceptance and rejection of Visas is at the sole discretion of the Israel Embassy & fees paid are non-refundable.