a) Due to possible delays in the process of applying for a student visa, the forms and photographs should be filled and arrive to the Institute by e-mail/ post before the 20th of May.
b) Photographs should have a white background and follow standard identity card photograph regulations.
c) On the 1st of January 2017 the fees for the visa were as follows:
-180 NIS for a one year normal visa
-360 NIS for a one year multi-entrance visa that allows the student to leave the country without losing the validity of its visa.
Students will get a one month visa at the Embassy/Consulate of Israel in their country during the month of August. Upon their arrival to Israel the students:
-will go to the Ministry of Interior in Jerusalem in order to get either their normal visa (already paid by the Polis Institute) or a multi-entrance visa (in which case they will have to pay an additional 180 NIS).
In case of non-observance of any of these indications, or of any unforeseen complications, Polis will not bear the responsibility for a delay in the issuance of the visa.
d) The student visa (A2) does not allow students to work in Israel.