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Bangladesh citizens need visa for travelling to Israel as tourist. The stay is usually short with a period of 90 days and visa expires in 90 days. Applicant is required to be present when applying for visa and a total of 7 documents are required. You can also find useful tips from fellow travellers.
Israel Visa requirements for Bangladesh
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Documents required for Israel tourist visa : 7
Visa Application Form: Complete application form for Israel
Passport Photo: Photo must be no older than 6 months
Passport: Original Passport or Travel document with at least 6 months remaining validity on the date of travel and have at least 2 visa pages clear of any markings.
Previous Passport: Provide a previous passport if any.
Current Details: Employed: • A letter from your employer on company letterhead, with contact details, stating that a leave of absence has been granted, purpose and duration of the trip, and that you will be returning to your current job. • Current bank statement of the latest 6 months • Income Tax Return (ITR) • Original pay slips Self Employed: • Include a copy of your business license • Company bank statement of the latest 6 months • Income Tax Return (ITR) Student: • Submit an official letter from your school indicating that you are in good standing and that you are registered for the upcoming semester. • No Object certificate from School or University. Retired: • Submit proof of your retirement fund. Yes.
Flight Bookings: Flight reservations(s) for the country of your visit and return ticket
Travel Insurance: Proof of travel insurance with the Certificate of Insurance and the table of benefits. You can also provide a letter from the bank confirming that you have an insurance with them along with a copy of credit card and the table of benefits.
Travel information of Israel
Israel is part of Asia with main city at Jerusalem. Its Developed country with a population of 9M. The main currency is New Israeli Sheqel. The languages spoken are Hebrew and Arabic.