Jessica and Nicolas A from Buenos Aires

Jessica and Nicolas A from Buenos Aires “We are Jessica and Nicolas from Buenos Aires, Argentina.  For us aliyah means growth, projects, future, family. The first step to improve our quality of life in a country that allows us to progress.  We made the decision as a...

Nataliya D from Konotop

Nataliya D from Konotop “It is a tremendous miracle for me that my mother was able to find documents proving our Jewish roots and that we can make aliyah.  We have been dreaming about this in our family for a long time but only now is the dream coming true.” “When I...

Eder and Karen S from Sao Paulo

Eder and Karen S from Sao Paulo “My name is Eder Maciel, I am from São Paulo, Brazil.  I am making aliyah with my wife, Karen and son, Jonathan. We made the decision to make aliyah to provide a better quality of life for our family, because aliyah, for me, means this:...

Ioram and Marcela from Sao Paulo

Ioram and Marcela from Sao Paulo “My name is Ioram.  My wife, Marcela, and I are from São José dos Campos, São Paulo, Brazil. Aliyah means being able to have the possibility of living in the state that we have felt throughout our life to be our country. It means...

Yuri and Yulia B from Novosibirsk

Yuri and Yulia B from Novosibirsk “For my wife, Yulia, and I aliyah means a return to the historical homeland of our ancestors.  I have always been interested in Israel for its unusual (in comparison with other states) history, education, and laws.  Yulia and I met at...

Gabriel F from Sao Paulo

Gabriel F from Sao Paulo “My name is Gabriel and I am from São Paulo, Brazil. I decided to make Aliyah, because for me it means being able to reconnect in Israel.  Here in Brazil I can’t be myself, and in Israel, I can.  My hope is to get a job, have a better...

Boris and Inessa Y from Angarsk

Boris and Inessa Y from Angarsk “For us as a family making aliyah is primarily an opportunity to reunite with a brother who already lives in Israel.  Secondly, we see opportunities for our three children (Mark, Evgenii and Ivana).  And thirdly, the opportunity for us...

Miriam and Luis G from Salta

Miriam and Luis G from SaltaAug 5, 2021 | Argentina “My name is Miriam, I´m from Salta, Argentina.  I am making aliyah with my husband Luis and my children, Tomas and Tali.  For me – aliyah means realizing myself as a Jew. We want to make Aliyah to reunite the whole...

Kirill and Olga B from Omsk

Kirill and Olga B from Omsk “My parents live in Israel, so along with my wife Olga and son, Ilya, we decided we would go and join them.  For me aliyah is something new – I want something better or different.  I also see aliyah as the future for my son.” “Once we...

Mark K from Feodosia

Mark K from Feodosia “My mom and younger brother have been living in Israel for twenty-five years. And three years ago, my elder daughter also moved there, to study under the NAALE program. By the way, you also helped her in this move. And this year my younger...

Dan and Avital S from Marseille

Dan and Avital S from Marseille Dan and Avital are making Aliyah with their daughter Avigail.  Dan tells their story. “Aliyah for us represents a return to our Holy Land of Israel that God gave us to live in in order to fulfil all the commandments of the Torah.  We...

Nicolás U from Buenos Aires, Argentina

Nicolás U from Buenos Aires, Argentina “My name is Nicolás, I´m from Buenos Aires, Argentina. Aliyah means a great opportunity to change my life.  I decided to make Aliyah by talking to my sister (who lives in Israel). I am practically alone in Argentina and having...
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