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beloved
6/13/2016 23:25 EST

Hi all, I am a disabled american Vet,
(Not helpless) that benefits around 900 usd per mo. Where would I be able to live reasonably? I'm done here. I am ready to move. I want to live and work in Israel.

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anglolist
6/14/2016 04:31 EST

Hi

There is not one simple solution here.

Depending on the type of Visa you have, you may or may not be eligible for monthly disability benefits. This would be assessed by the National Insurance Institute after your arrival. They will decide on the extent of your disability and based on that the allowance you could receive.

Remember also, that as we get older, work gets harder to find and you might need to learn Hebrew for this.

"living reasonably' means different things to different people. We have done various surveys, price checks, and cost of living comparisons in our website. http://www.anglo-list.com/general-3/financial-planning/what-things-cost-in-israel

Hope this helps

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beloved
6/14/2016 12:25 EST

I'm a white American, that has no research on whether I am of Jewish genetic descent. I am part Cherokee, but that's an unproven story regarding early Jewish migration at this point. I do not speak any other language, I struggle with some pain and a little disability, acquired while in the American military. I am willing to learn any language I need to. I have never fought, or desired to fight against other nations. I would like to live either in Israel or Jordan, in the South. I will do whatever work I need to do to survive. I want to leave where I am, because I feel I need to make a change, and this is where I want to go.

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beloved
6/14/2016 14:53 EST

A small amount of monthly money (900 usd) from being injured on the job, and struggle with some pain and a little disability, I am looking at Modi'in, Beersheba, Paran, Eilat. I will do whatever work I need to do to, or learn any language to survive. I want to leave where I am, because I feel I need to make a change, due to a credit economy collapse, and this is where I want to go.

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