Mailing material to the Consulate
Material that is mailed to the Consular Department must be only sent to:
Consulate General of Israel,
11766 Wilshire Blvd. Suite 1600
Los Angeles, CA 90025
Most of the services offered by the Consulate can be done via mail without the need to arrive at the Consulate. When doing so, there are several things to keep in mind:
Applications must be completed and signed.
Make sure the following information about the requestor is attached to every request: full name, Israeli ID and/or passport number, contact information and address.
If you would like to pay by credit card please provide us with the following:
Your full printed name as it appears on your credit card
The credit card's company name: Visa®/MasterCard®/Discover Card®
Credit card number
Card expiration date
The CCV Number (Credit Card Verification Number). The CCV is the last three/four digits on the back of your credit / debit card in the signature box.
Click here for a payment form
Please note: We do not accept personal checks.
Fees are payable by money orders, cashier checks, credit or debit cards.
Please send requests via registered or express mail such as FedEx, DHL, UPS, etc.
Be advised, certain services processed via mail require the requestor to sign and/or be identified in front of a notary.
The Consulate does not send mail to P.O Boxes.
Return mail payment:
If you would like to send your application by mail, please click here to download a payment form.
Requests sent to be processed via mail are returned to the requestor via UPS at the expense of the requestor.
Southern California: Next day service $18, 2-3 days service $12
Nevada: Next day service $21, 2-3 days service $15
Utah, Arizona: Next day service $24, 2-3 days service $15
Colorado, Wyoming: Next day service $25, 2-3 days service $15
Hawaii: Next day service $35, 2-3 days service $22
The sender is responsible for material mailed to the mission.
It is important to stress that there are cases in which you are required to visit the mission in person: renouncing of citizenship, replacing lost passport, becoming a citizen, and police report requests.