Forms to complete:
Have you paid your $300 CAD refundable deposit yet? Without the deposit, we will not be able to consider you for a trip.
How do I know if my passport is valid? It expires a minimum of 6 months from when you return to Canada. (i.e. if you return to Canada on January 15, 2020 your passport must be valid until at least July 15, 2020)
1) If applicable to you, submit the following documents:
a. Valid Israeli Passport
b. Army Exemption Papers (always valid)
c. Proof of Residency (i.e. grade 8 report card in Canada). This only applies if you have ever lived in Israel.
Embassy of Israel Contact:
- Consulate of Israel – Ottawa: (613) 567-6450
- Consulate of Israel – Toronto: (416) 640-8500
- Consulate of Israel – Montreal: (514) 940-8500
2) If accepted to a trip, you must email your Medical Form
The Medical Form must be signed by a physician or nurse practitioner. You will upload these forms in your online account.
3) If accepted to a trip, you must purchase Overseas Medical Insurance
You will enter your insurance information to your online account.
4) Arriving to Toronto or Montreal via Air, Train or Bus?
Birthright Israel: CIE participants are eligible to receive a partial travel reimbursement provided the criteria outlined in this document are met. The reimbursement is not based on the amount paid to travel to/from Toronto/Montreal, but is a set amount based on the city/region of origin per the chart below, up to a maximum set by the amounts below.
PLEASE NOTE: if for any reason your deposit was confiscated during your Birthright Israel trip, you will not be eligible for a Travel Reimbursement.
Travel Reimbursement Form– This Form should only be completed if you’re accepted to a trip, and you arriving to Toronto from a Canadian city, via air, or train or bus.
5) Alcohol Policy
If you are assigned to a trip, you will be required to sign a copy of Birthright Israel alcohol policy form at the airport prior to your departure, indicating your agreement. Form can be found HERE