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B1 Visa for Fast Track and Masa Tech programs

Masa fellows in the relevant tracks that require the issuance of a work visa must present the same documents as specified for A2 Visa applications.
In addition, the work visa is issued for our fellows as eligible under the Law of Return and therefore, no matter which country of origin they come from, the process of eligibility under the Law of Return must be completed with Nativ in FSU countries or Jewish Agency representatives in the rest of world. Information about the process can be obtained from the Jewish Agency’s representatives:
At the bottom of the site page you will see a link to the Global Customer Center with free calls from the list of countries.
During the eligibility check, note either with the Nativ or Jewish Agency representative that this is a Masa fellow applying for a B1 visa.
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