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Registering Your Israeli Army Status with Consular Representatives
How to prevent getting a status of IDF armed forces abandonment
Every Israeli citizen or permanent resident of the State of Israel, at the age of 16, ought to according to the Israeli Defense Service Rules, establish his Israeli IDF status with the Israel Defense Forces agencies even if he does not reside in Israel for any reason.
If you're called to appear for army service under a general call up order, you must report at the calling station at the time assigned in the order. However, if you are residing abroad, you should report to the closest consular agent for the purpose of registration.
While you register, you may present a request to postpone your Israeli army draft. Failure to do that on time might lead you to have a “deserter army status”.
It’s vital to clear the issue ASAP with the Israeli IDF agencies in order to settle your Israeli military status.
Registration is implemented by filling out the form titled "Registration and Personal Application of a Person Designated for Defense Service Who is Staying Abroad". If you are intended for IDF army service and wish to delay your service, you should fill out the form titled "Application to Defer Defense Service – Israeli Citizens Staying Abroad".
The following should be attached to these forms:
1. An official message from the school in which the person designated for
defense service is learning, mentioning the number of years he has been a student there and the number of years still left until the end of his schooling;
2. Photocopies of his parents’ passports;
3. Certificates stating that the center of the child’s life with his parents is in that country.
If you face any legal troubles, it is recommended to retain the services of a trained lawyer who is skilled in the field of Israeli military law.
Every Israeli citizen or permanent resident of the State of Israel, at the age of 16, must according to the Israeli Defense Service Legislation, establish his Israeli army status with the Israel Defense Forces authorities even if he does not live in Israel for any cause.
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