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Divorce decree transcription

You can transcribe an Israeli divorce decree by following these simple steps:

STEP 1 – Preparation of documents

Collect the following documents:

  • Substitutive declaration of notary deed duly completed and signed;
  • Copy of your passport or Italian identity card;
  • Divorce certificate issued by the Rabbinical Court (Jewish cult) or by the Sharia Court (Muslim cult) legalized by the Ministry of Cult, complete with “Apostille” issued by the Israeli Foreign Ministry (for more information on how to obtain an Apostille click here) and translated by a trusted notary of the Embassy;
  • Divorce sentence issued by the court (religious or civil) legalized by the Ministry of Worship, complete with “Apostille” issued by the Israeli Foreign Ministry, and translated by a trusted notary of the Embassy;
  • Declaration by the Rabbinical Court (Jewish cult) or by the Sharia Court (Muslim cult) certifying that the divorce is final and that no appeal is allowed against it, legalized by the Ministry of Cult, complete with “Apostille” issued by the Israeli Foreign Ministry, and translated by a trusted notary of the Embassy.
  • Res Judicata, issued by the Rabbinical Court, complete with” Apostille” issued by the Israeli Foreign Ministry and translated by a trusted notary of the Embassy.

STEP 2 – Verification of documents

Check with the Consulate that the above documents are complete by sending a scan of them to telaviv.sportello@esteri.it . Our staff will review it and give you feedback quickly.

STEP 3 – Sending the documents

Once you have received confirmation from the Consulate on the completeness of the documentation, send it by post to Embassy of Italy in Tel Aviv – Consular Office, 25 Hamered Street, 68125 Tel Aviv.

Alternatively, you can take it to the Consulate and leave it during opening hours in the mailbox at the entrance of the Embassy on the 21st floor of the Trade Tower Building in Hamered Street, 25, Tel Aviv.

 

Warning!

The original certificates will not be returned but will remain in the records in our consular archive.