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 Learn about the process and importance of obtaining an officially notarized birth certificate translation when applying for permanent power of attorney in Israel.

In times of crisis, efficient and reliable communication is of paramount importance. The notification of a death of an Israeli citizen to an Israeli mission abroad is an event that demands clear and concise procedures to be followed by all parties involved. This is why it is essential to have a thorough understanding of the protocol, documentation, and legal requirements involved in such an occurrence. An informative blog that outlines the steps and responsibilities of the parties involved can serve as a valuable resource to Israelis living abroad or those traveling abroad. Being able to navigate this difficult situation with the assistance of an informative guide can alleviate some of the stress and pressure this type of situation often places on those affected.

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Who can apply

  • Family members of the deceased.
  • Interested parties can apply (together with a letter of explanation).

What you need

  • The ID card or passport of the person providing notification.
  • The ID card or passport of the deceased.
  • An authenticated death certificate.

If the Israeli mission has not been notified of the death, the applicant must produce an original death certificate from abroad that has been confirmed and authenticated as required. The translation of the death certificate must be notarized.

The service is provided free of charge.

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How to apply

Fill out notification of the death of an Israeli citizen or Israeli resident abroad form and submit it together with the required documents to the nearest Israeli mission.

Who Can ApplyRequired Documents
Family members– ID card or passport of the person providing notification<br>- ID card or passport of the deceased
Interested parties– ID card or passport of the person providing notification<br>- ID card or passport of the deceased
– Authenticated death certificate
– If the Israeli mission has not been notified, an original death certificate from abroad confirmed and authenticated
– Translation of the death certificate must be notarized
Service FeeThe service is provided free of charge.
How to ApplyFill out the notification of the death of an Israeli citizen or Israeli resident abroad form
Submit the form along with the required documents to the nearest Israeli mission
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