Are you Jewish? Do you want to be? If so, you're entitled to an Israeli passport.

In Israel, the "Law of Return" provides means for all Jews, and individuals of Jewish ancestry, to acquire Israeli residency and citizenship. Israeli law defines Jewish ancestry as having at least one Jewish parent or grandparent.

In the event that you don't fit the ancestry definition, the law also provides the 'right of return' to all converted Jews of all denominations, and the conversion need not take place in Israel in order for it to qualify.

In either case, the onus is on the applicant to provide adequate documentation proving either[...] Click here to continue reading