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Senior Living When immigrating to Israel is a senior moment

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Posted: Wednesday, January 31, 2018 9:11 am

For some retirees, this can be the time for them to fulfill a lifelong dream to live in the Jewish state. Empty nesters are now the second-largest group immigrating to Israel today.

Yet as fulfilling as it can be to make Israel their new home, it’s not unheard of for retirees who make aliyah to face a series of challenges. These challenges take a formula of strategy, planning, humility and patience to conquer.

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