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Automatic Work Visa Extensions to Foreign National Employees in Israel

Due to the security situation in Israel, the Population and Immigration Authority has extended the work visas for all foreigners who are in Israel with a valid visa and whose validity will expire within the next month. 

This, including for foreign workers staying in Israel. The visas were extended until 9 November 23. At the end of this period and in the absence of any other notification.

Traveling to and From Israel - Updates

Airlines that have announced cancellations include: Lufthansa, Swiss, Austrian Airlines, Wizz Air, LOT, and Turkish Airlines.


As of this notice, Ben Gurion Airport still remains operational. However, conditions may change rapidly.


KTA will provide updates as the situation evolves. We strongly advise all travelers to stay updated on their flight schedules directly with the respective airlines.

KTA Office Updates

🏢 KTA offices remains open with regular working hours from Sunday to Thursday 09:30 to 17:00. Should the situation escalate, the government might issue further instructions. In such an event, we will promptly notify the clients through our client alerts.

☎️KTA Help Desk is available for assistance via email at Our Help Desk is designed to address any immigration inquiries and concerns and provide support to everyone, regardless of whether they are KTA clients.

On behalf of KTA Team, we would like to thank all hundreds of our clients and staff who have taken a moment to express their concern and reach out to us via email, WhatsApp, and LinkedIn. Their gestures have meant more than words can convey. 

The tragic events impacting innocent civilians in Israel, from the very young to the elderly, have deeply shaken our community. It is during such challenging times that those kind messages have brought solace and warmth. Once again, from the depths of our team's heart, thank you for the unwavering support.

Best Regards,


Amit Acco, Senior Partner - Israeli Law

Kan-Tor & Acco

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