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...

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...

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...

Eduardo and Miriam G from Goiania

Eduardo and Miriam G from Goiania “My name is Eduardo, I am from Goiânia, Goiás, Brazil.  I am making aliyah with my wife Miriam and daughter Helena.  Aliyah means a fresh start and the realization of a dream.” I decided to make aliyah after the birth of my daughter,...

Souli and Perla M from Sao Paulo

Souli and Perla M from Sao Paulo “My name is Souli, I am from São Paulo, Brazil.  I am making aliyah with my wife Perla. Our connection with Israel goes back a long time, as most of our families live there. We have had a very strong connection with Judaism for a long...
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