- Want to renounce your citizenship? Please visit this web page for details.
- Need a list of professionals? Click on the link below.
- Need to file U.S. taxes? Please visit this web page for more information.
- Need to redeem U.S. savings bonds? Please visit this web site for information on how to redeem a U.S. savings bond.
- Do you need to obtain a copy of your marriage or divorce certificate? Please contact the Rabbinical Court in Jerusalem, Shaarei Mishpat 1, Jerusalem, tel: 02-6759612 (no email or website available). For civil marriages, the Ministry of Interior can provide an extract from the population register.
- Do you need to replace a birth, death, or change of name certificate? Contact the website of the Ministry of Interior.
- Need a certificate of good conduct, lack of a criminal record, background check, criminal history, or registration letter? U.S. embassies and consulates do not provide these documents. Please see the U.S. Department of State’s Criminal Record Checks for U.S. Citizens. We also recommend that people who need a “certificate of good conduct” or a “certificate of good behavior” consult the appropriate ministry of the government of Israel and/or consult the U.S. Embassy’s list of lawyers.
- To request a police certificate from the FBI, please
visit this web site. You
must submit a completed fingerprint card (FD-258), a letter outlining the purpose of the fingerprint
submission, and an $18 money order made payable to the U.S.
Department of Treasury. This package should be sent to:
- FBI- CJIS
1000 Custer Hollow Road
Clarksburg, WV 26306
- FBI- CJIS
- The U.S. Embassy unfortunately does not provide fingerprinting unless we require it for a consular service. We are unable to recommend a particular company to do fingerprinting. You may wish to contact a private investigator or private fingerprinting company to see if they offer this service.
- For information regarding services offered by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, visit http://www.uscis.gov.