|What is a Jew?
The law defines a Jew return as anyone born of a Jewish mother or converted to Judaism without embracing any other faith. Certification Documentary of the ceremony of circumcision (Briss) or other important Jewish ceremonies (bar mitzvahs, weddings Jews, etc.) would serve as a good test of Jewishness. Alternatively, and the simplest of all, evidence of belonging synagogue should be adequate. Once the Jewishness is firmly established, you can arrange to move to Israel through the Israeli consulate or a group of Aliyah nearest your current home. A non-Jew can become a citizen of Israel too! This is at the discretion of the Ministry of Interior and the applicant must meet five conditions.
They are in Israel.
They were in Israel three years out of the five years immediately preceding the application for citizenship.
They are entitled to the status of permanent resident.
They have settled in Israel or intend.
They sold their previous citizenship or have offered evidence that they will cease to be a Sovereign national as they become an Israeli. Note that the Jews who become citizens through the law of return are not limited in this way.
Contact the nearest consulate of Israel for more details.