Israeli Med Schools And Army Requirement For Citizens

DR. BOSTON

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    Hi, I am a dual citizen (Israeli and U.S.) because my parents are Israeli, I was born here.

    I wanted to know if anyone as any idea of how easy it is for me to defer army service and/or if you know of any dual citizens that go to sackler/ben gurion that have done this.

    THANK YOU!
     

    dhm2101

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      It's very easy for you to get your army service deferred, and the office here at Sackler is very helpful in that regard. We have quite a few people with dual citizenship in our class, and they had no problem with it. If you'd like more information about this, you can probably e-mail Esti Landau from the Tel Aviv Office.

      DR. BOSTON said:
      Hi, I am a dual citizen (Israeli and U.S.) because my parents are Israeli, I was born here.

      I wanted to know if anyone as any idea of how easy it is for me to defer army service and/or if you know of any dual citizens that go to sackler/ben gurion that have done this.

      THANK YOU!
       
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