The Population and Immigration Authority: starting with the first temporary passports in the bureaus

In order to overcome the burden, which stems from the high demand for passports, starting from November 27, 2022, the public will be able to apply for a temporary passport at the Bureaus of the Population Administration

An Israeli passport is on its way to another world journey. Photography Depositphotos

As part of the measures promoted by the Population and Immigration Authority in order to overcome the burden resulting from the high demand for passports, starting on Sunday, November 27, 2022 (Tuesday of the 15th of July), the public will be able to apply for a temporary passport at the Population Administration Offices.

*28 Population Administration bureaus across the country will issue a temporary passport: Eilat, Ashdod, Ashkelon, Beer Sheva, Beit Shemesh, Bnei Brak, Herzliya, Hadera, Holon, Haifa, Tiberias, Jerusalem, South Jerusalem, East Jerusalem, Jaffa, Kfar Saba, Nof HaGalil, Netanya, Acre, Afula, Petah Tikva, Safed , Kiryot, Rishon Lezion, Rehovot, Ramla, Ramat Gan, Tel Aviv.*An application can be submitted at the bureau to which the residential area is associated only!
*An application can be submitted without the need for an appointment.
*A completed and signed application form, 2 passport photos, internet payment confirmation, previous passport must be attached to the application.
*The request will be submitted at the intelligence office in each bureau.
*The temporary passport will be sent by registered mail within a week from the date of submitting the application.

*To pay the fee: click here

*The form to be printed and filled out: click here

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