Consular fees

Information on consular fees.

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CONSULAR FEES  as of 11/06/2024

1 EURO = 4.3 NIS

 

The consular fees are to be paid cash and in NIS at the Consulate general.

 

  • Passport (valid 7 years) for adults (above 18 years old) :

322.50 NIS (32 pages) or 1032 NIS (64 pages)

  • Passport (valid 5 years) for children under 18 years :

150.50 NIS (32 pages) or 903 NIS (64 pages)

  • Temporary passport : 215 NIS
  • Emergency Travel Document : 43 NIS
  • Identity card : 86 NIS
  • Identity card for children (under 12 years, “Kids-ID”) : 43 NIS
  • Consular certificate : 86 NIS
  • Legalization : 86 NIS per document
  • Life certificate (for pension) : free of charge
  • Civil status or nationality act : 43 NIS
  • Notarial deed : 430 NIS

 

VISAS: please note that the visa-handling fees are non-refundable and have to be paid when you hand in the visa application.

 

  1. Short term visa

 

  • Short term visa – handling fee : 387 NIS

 

  • Short term visa for children between the age of 6 and 12 years– handling fee :

193.50 NIS

 

  • Are exempted of short term visa-handling fee:
  • Children less than 6 years old
  • Students (and teachers accompanying them) travelling on studying or training purpose
  • Researchers travelling on purpose of their researches
  • Family members of an EU citizen[1]
  • Representatives of non-profit organisations aged 25 years or less, participating in seminars, conferences, sports, cultural or educational events organised by non-profit organisations
  • Service and diplomatic passport holders

2. Long term visa

(a contribution is also due –save if the person is exempted-and has to be paid directly to the Aliens Office of the FPS Interior in Belgium, not to the Consulate General : https://dofi.ibz.be/sites/dvzoe/EN/news/Pages/Contributioncoveringadminisrativecostsofanapplication.aspx )

 

    • Long term visa - handling fee: 774 NIS

 

  • Are exempted of long term visa-handling fee:
  • Spouse and children under 21 years old of an EU citizen
  • Service and diplomatic passport holders
  • Other family members or the EU citizen or his/her spouse and financially dependent

 

 

[1] A “EU citizen” is a citizen of one of the European Union countries, of Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein or Swiss Confederation.

The following persons are defined as family members:

  • the spouse;
  • the partner with whom the EU citizen has contracted a registered partnership
  • the direct descendants who are under the age of 21 or are dependant as well as those of the spouse or partner as defined above; or
  • the dependant direct relatives in the ascending line and those of the spouse or partner as defined above.