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In other words, once she declares her wish to settle in Israel she is considered an Israeli citizen, because her father was a citizen.

That's consistent with what Nefesh B'Nefesh told us — that she'd have to get an Israeli passport to make Aliyah.

(Should Aliyah be capitalized?)
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