You have before you a set of guidelines for anyone wishing to file an appeal. These guidelines are subject to the Entry into Israel Law, 5712-1952 and the Entry into Israel (Appeal Tribunal Procedures) Regulations, 5772-2012 and are provided as general information and as a service to the public. They are not a substitute for the provisions of the Law and the Regulations. A copy of these guidelines may also be obtained from the Tribunal Office.
Section 27(5) of the Entry into Israel (Appeal Tribunal Procedures) Regulations, 5772-2012 enables pleadings and Tribunal decisions to be served or filed via an automated system. Under Regulation 33, a statement of appeal which is served through an automated system shall be regarded as if it had been served on the respondent.
The Entry into Israel Law, 5712-1952 regulates the entry into Israel of non-Israeli nationals and the permit which persons who are not Israeli nationals or new immigrants require in order to reside in Israel.The Law sets out the procedures for entering into Israel, including border inspection.The Minister of the Interior is responsible for overseeing the implementation of this Law and he is authorized to institute regulations in all matters pertaining thereto. The Law was passed by the Knesset on 26th August 1952 and has since been amended 23 times. 17 of these amendments have been made since the year 2000 with the primary purpose of regulating the entry and residency of non-Israeli nationals.In 1955 the Entry into Israel Regulations, 5716-1955 were enacted under the Law. These were replaced in 1974 by the Entry into Israel Regulations , 5724-1974.