As a rule, a decision made in administrative law must be reasoned. However, in the Law for the Correction of Administrative Orders (Decisions and Reasoning), 1958, it was established that decisions made under the Entry into Israel Law are not required to reason. In the event a residence permit is already granted, it cannot be revoked without reasoning.
On the other hand, despite the exemption granted to the Minister of the Interior from the reasoning obligation regarding the granting of a visa under the Entry into Israel Law, its judgment is subject to the court's review.
Moreover, The Israeli Ministry of the Interior has strict criteria for granting status to certain applicants. Persons who fully fall under these criteria, as a rule, do not have problems with the legalization of status.
Another thing if the evidence submitted by the applicant is not accepted for consideration by the Ministry of Internal Affairs.
First of all, it should be noted that the decision of the Ministry of Internal Affairs or the Embassy can be appealed, according to one procedure or another.
However, filing the appeal itself has strict rules. The deadlines for filing an appeal are indicated in the text of the decision of the Ministry of Internal Affairs itself or in the relevant instructions.
Being late in filing an appeal for at least one day makes the appeal impossible, which may entail deportation within the specified period.
Remember when receiving a decision to refuse, it is highly recommended to act decisively, precisely and quickly.
In any case, with the ministry of the interior's refusal decisions it is highly recommended to consult with an expert lawyer in the field of citizenship and visas in Israel in order to examine the case on its own merits and obtain a professional opinion.