Biometric passport of Israel

For adults living in Israel, a passport will last just 10 years, and must then be renewed. Recently, the biometric passport has become the standard. Old passports will expire, and those living in Israel will then need to obtain the new biometric passport. In addition, the old ID (Teudat Zehut) is being phased out. When one applies for one’s new passport, one will also need to obtain a new Teuhat Zehut (identity document). It is all easy enough to obtain – so long as one meets the requirements. What, however, must one do in order to obtain the new passport in the easiest, least frustrating manner as possible? We’ll explore the exact process in this article, letting you know what you’ll be in for and offering you some much needed tips!

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