Canadian Embassy in Israel – Tel Aviv

Canadian Embassy in Israel – Tel Aviv

Street Address:
The Canadian Embassy
Immigration Section
3 Nirim Street, 4th Floor
Tel Aviv

Mailing Address For Canadian Embassy in Israel:

The Canadian Embassy
Immigration Section
P.O. Box 6410
Tel Aviv
67060, Israel

Tel.: (972-3) 636-3300

Fax: (972-3) 636-3384

E-mail Address:


Additional information about this Canadian Embassy in Israel:
The Canadian Embassy in Israel is also responsible for immigration applications from West Bank (Palestinian Authority).

Canada has a long-standing reputation for supporting Israel and peace in the Middle East. As well, both countries have exchange programs that offer artists, professionals and students the chance to live, work or study in Israel or Canada. For 12 years, the Canada-Israel Free Trade Agreement has been in place and has catapulted trade between the countries into the billions of dollars. The Canadian Jewish community currently stands at 350,000, growing every year.

Should You Contact a Lawyer First…?

It is important to remember that when applying for Canadian Immigration, you are required to submit your application to the Canadian Embassy of your nationality. However, there are some exceptions to this rule. You should always contact an immigration lawyer to assist you with the procedures associated with the Canadian Embassy of your region because the Canadian Embassy in Israel may have its own set of special rules and procedures.

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About Michael Niren

Michael is a graduate of Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto. He is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, the Canadian Bar Association’s Citizenship and Immigration Section and the Associate Member of the American Bar Association. Read more

12 thoughts on “Canadian Embassy in Israel – Tel Aviv

  1. Rimona Turkia

    I am writing for a friend from Venezuela. She and her son need to renew their Venezualan passports and the nearest Venezual consulate/embassy is in Ramallah and they are not allowed to enter because they are Jewish. Does the Canadian consulate/embassy in Tel Aviv attend to this kind of need. While in Caracus, they processed their Israeli passports thru the Canadian Consulate/Embassy there so we were wondering if the reverse service is available to them now that they are living in Israel.

    Thank you in advance for your kind attention to this matter.

    1. Vahe Mirzoyan

      Thank you for writing to us Rimona. In order to get the best an most up to date information on what services that each foreign embassy provides, it is best to contact the embassy directly and explain your situation clearly to them.
      Best of luck,

  2. Hossam Hassan Abdulla

    To whom it May concern:
    I am Hossam Abdulla with a bachelor degree in Economics, I graduated in An Najah National University and I got the third place in my department but i didnt got a job for the complicated status and situation of our country and family , My mother is a pilipino and living in israel and my father is Palestinian, iHave my Philippine passport and citizenship of palestine,My only dream is to work to help my four brothers and mother who have a difficult situation.I got a training for economic statistical Analyze and Economic model analyze through SPSS program…
    I completed this training succesfully and for sure i will be able to work for it… I hope I can apply and and go to your country and start to use my field..Hoping for your immediate reply and help. I am willing to work at any field just to have an experience and not in an idle life.

  3. jibreel masalmah

    hey, today i visited the Canadian embassy in Ramallah and they gave me ur Email. So I can contact with you on Gmail or Anywhere u want . just to tell me what do i need and How can I migrate to canada … So please please leave a msg or Anything to to tell me What do you need.

  4. asgedom

    i am from eritrea living in israel as a refugee.But i do not have permision for work as result i am with out food and shelter. As life became as hard as much like life for fish with out water,i need your help to get visa to join to my brother in canada.thankyou in advance for your help.

    1. Michael Niren

      Hello Asgedom

      If you have a brother in Canada, he may be able to get you a job offer or enroll you in school in Canada. If so, you may be able to apply for a Work or Study Permit to get to Canada. But without a reason to come to Canada, it will be difficult.

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  6. Ruben Garbya

    I am ruben from Hebron – west bank
    I like to leave Palestine and visit Canada ….. working, Marriage, doing traditions and I will immigration to Have citizenship after five years ” Nationality ”
    I am speak English , I am study in Bethlehem ” Palestinian tour guide ” but not completed the study because I don’t have enough money ….

    I hope that I am in good thinking
    Wait repeater to my email at the top
    thanks ..

  7. Rubeen Abu-Garbyya

    I want to visit The Canadian Embassy in Tel Aviv if I can … please
    cause I want Immigration to Canada
    I am from Hebron …
    I speak English and I was in university , but now I’m working in ceramic shop ..

    1. Michael Niren

      Hello Rubeen

      It is not easy to qualify for Canada immigration based on what you describe as your occupation. I would consider applying to Canada as a visitor first provided you show ties to your home country.


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