Registration of Georgian citizens for legal employment in Israel starts
Starting today Georgian citizens can apply for legal employment in Israel for a one-year term as part of an agreement signed between Israel and Georgia on April 9, the Georgian Ministry of Health said.
The registration is available on https://workabroad.moh.gov.ge/ and will continue throughout the year. It is planned for about 1,000 Georgian citizens to find temporary legal employment in Israel as homecare specialists this year.
"The candidate must understand and agree that he/she must leave Israel after the expiration of his work visa (one year). Also they must understand that he/she will not be able to work in Israel in the future," Agenda.ge cited the statement published by the Health Ministry as saying.
Georgian citizens will receive at least $1,610 a month in wages if they work 42 hours a week, while if they work 58 hours a week the monthly salary will be about $2,440, says the ministry.