Your own personal decision to move ahead has been made. Additionally, you have completed all the basic steps for submitting Aliyah application forms to the appropriate authorities. The Aliyah process now enters into top gear, you’ve checked and double checked your documents, had important interviews, and are now waiting for the green light. What should be going through your head during this period of probable apprehension?
Remember to stay focused, should any clarification be required, it is only one part of the process and nothing to get over anxious about. With many years experience working with government officials concerning visa and residency applications, there is one clear impression I have gained. Their main job is to sift through hundreds of forms almost in mechanical fashion. So don’t take things personal should extra paper work be required. Taking things step by step is also a mechanical method that fits into their own system. Accordingly, should additional information or documents therefore be required, take it in your stride. Even consider it to be good training for the eventual rounds of government agencies you might face, after your arrival in Israel.