Simona and Viktor F from Samara

Simona and Viktor F from Samara “Making aliyah for us means to live in our own country, our own land together with people who are close and dear to us.  Our daughters and grandchildren have been living in Israel already for a long time.  We decided we wanted to live...

Yanina and Alejandro B from Buenos Aires

Yanina and Alejandro B from Buenos Aires My name is Yanina, I´m from Buenos Aires, Argentina.  I am making aliyah with my husband, Alejandro, and daughter, Iara.  We come from Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina – 3 Jews by birth with Jewish culture!” “For us...

Aleksandr and Tatiana S from Kremenchug

Aleksandr and Tatiana S from Kremenchug “I am Russian according to my passport, Jewish by nationality, a former military pilot.  We have been living in Ukraine for a long time in the city of Kremenchug.  Our daughter and her family have lived in Israel for a very long...

Rodolfo and Suzanna O from Sao Paulo

Rodolfo and Suzanna O from Sao Paulo “We are Rodolfo and Suzanna from São Paulo, Brazil.  Aliyah for us means a return to our origins. My children made aliyah and now we also have grandchildren, we intend to be close to them.” “We had difficulties with bureaucracy and...

Rafik and Raisa I from Baku

Rafik and Raisa I from Baku “Our children would call us and convince us that we should come to them in Israel.  At first, we did not dare to leave and then we said, ‘what do we lose if we go?’  You have to leave while you can.  How do you know what will happen...

Denise and Marcelo S from Buenos Aires

Denise and Marcelo S from Buenos Aires “We are Denise and Marcelo, along with our son Alex from Buenos Aires, Argentina. Aliyah means finding a better future for our family.” “Recently my daughter entered the Naale study program and went to live in Israel for 3 years....

Veronika and Aleksandr T from Rostov on Don

Veronika and Aleksandr T from Rostov on Don “Aliyah is a family reunion for me. My sister already lives in Israel and 18 months ago my daughter left on the NAALE education program. I had to go through a process of DNA testing to check the relationship with my father....

Sarah W from Sao Paulo

Sarah W from Sao Paulo “My name is Sarah, I am from São Paulo, Brazil.  I am making aliyah with my daughter Eliane and son Leonardo.” “Aliyah means an opportunity to restore life.  I made the decision to make aliyah when I exhausted all my strength to continue...

Larisa B from Usole-Sibirskoe

Larisa B from Usole-Sibirskoe My grandfather, Isaak, died in Ukraine during the Second World War.  My grandmother, Maria, was evacu“ated to Irkutsk in 1941 where my father Eduard was born.  Dad lived and studied in Usole-Sibirskoe where he married my mother and later...

Gabriel P from Cordoba

Gabriel P from Cordoba “My name is Gabriel, I´m from Córdoba, Argentina. Aliyah for me means being able to “go back” to my roots, my origins and reconnect with who I truly am.  I made the decision to make aliyah being aware that my professional experience...

Evgenii U from Brovary

Evgenii U from Brovary “Israel, for me, is a country of opportunities and I see my future only there! I am 23 years and have a higher technical education.  I tried to study well in school, and I think I have already achieved a lot.  It is difficult to get a job in my...

Tatyana and Aleksandr T from Ufa

Tatyana and Aleksandr T from Ufa Making aliyah for this family means being closer to their loved ones.  Eight years ago, Tatyana and Aleksandr’s daughter left for Israel on a special program for young programmers.  She liked living and working in Israel very much and...
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