Yes, but filing the naturalization application in Israel, whilst the applicant is located there with a valid visa may speed the process up and create a form of status quo with regard to the applicant’s chances of integration into Israel. Nevertheless, a person seeking citizenship who is in Israel may benefit from the services of attorneys who are experts in the field, who would assist him or her from the time the application is submitted to the date of receipt of Israeli citizenship, as symbolized by the receipt of a blue Israel I.D. card.
Is it possible to apply for citizenship abroad? Posted on June 24, 2013