No Deportation Policy: Extended Until June 30, 2021
iSavta | 15.03.2021
Last December 2020, the Israel Population and Immigration Authority - In accordance with the law on Restriction of International Movement during the Coronavirus pandemic, the Population and Immigration Authority halted its operation and did not take action to enforce the deportation of foreign Caregiver workers in Israel until March 31, 2021.
Now, they extended this regulation until June 30, 2021.
Employers can now employ Caregivers, even those who are in Israel for more than 13 years without a requirement for them to register with a manpower agency. Caregivers can work without restrictions until June 30, 2021. The Social Security Agency in Israel will pay the nursing benefit to fund the cost of employment of the Caregiver.
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