Shalom, my name is Michel Decker and I am a lawyer in the Law Offices of Cohen Decker Pex and Brosh. Our office specialised in immigration and arranging status in Israel in special and unique circumstances and today I would like to explain regarding the policy relevant for a victim of terror in Israel who is not an Israeli citizen. In the state of Israel, there are many foreign workers and aliens who reside in Israel on various visas in accordance with the law of entry to Israel but are not Israeli citizens. Those visitors can find themselves unfortunately in very unpleasant situations whereby they become victims of a terror act. Those victims are entitled to a generous compensation from the Israeli national insurance on a monthly basis for the rest of their lives in addition to psychological and emotional treatments after the event. In addition, those victims can arrange their status in Israel trough the interior ministry of Israel. According to this policy, the victim has to prove his disability trough the national insurance. He is allowed to go to the interior ministry with a lawyer or ask a lawyer to represent him in case he is unable to go himself and the lawyer can submit for him the application. According to this policy, the interior office will grant the victim a working visa B1 and grant status for his family members as well. This visa will be granted for two years and after that, the victim's case will be transferred to a special humanitarian commity. It is important at that stage to submit a very good and comprehensive application with the help of an experienced lawyer to ensure he can stay in Israel if he wishes to. Our office has much experience in this field and assists victims in the past in similar cases if you need help in this matter please contact us.