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....

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...
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