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Ministry of Absorption "Coming Home" Program
In its web site the Ministry of Absorption details all the benefits that it offers for returning Israelis that stayed abroad for more than 2 years. The main benefits include health insurance fine exemption, assistance in finding a job or financing work training for carreer change, customs benefits and more. The ministry operates a hot line for assistance - 972-3-973-3333. You can find an article that summarizes the benefits here.
Toshav-Hozer website includes information about: Shipment, Import, real estate.
If you intend to return to Israel in the coming year we highly reccomend to contact the hot line six months in advance so you may maximize your benefits.
Toshav Hozer benefits are given to scientists after a stay of 3 yearsand above. Click here for Misrad Haklita benefits.
What can you bring with you with no duty? The Israeli customs benefits are listed here. All equipment not listed in the list is bound to duty tax as per the following guidance.
A good online store for purchasing transformers and electrical appliances compatible to Israel's broadcast and electricity requirements is here.
Tax and Bituach Leumi for returning resident, written by CPA Ishay Etsion: