Following the submission of your documents, there is no need to approach the Ministry of Education in person. Your accreditation will be sent by mail.
According to law, every resident of Israel over the age of 16 must always carry an identity card (te’udat zehut) issued by the Ministry of the Interior (Misrad HaPnim). The te’udat zehut lists your name, address, date of birth, your identity number as well as those of your spouse and children, etc. It must be presented when voting as well as whenever requesting services from government or public bodies.
Upon entering Israel as a new immigrant, you are registered in the Population Registry and issued an authorization of registration from the Ministry of the Interior. This is in place of the permanent te’udat zehut. In order to order a permanent te’udat zehut, each spouse and each child over the age of 16 must appear in person at a Population Registry office (minhal uchlusin) of the Ministry of the Interior.