Question:

If someone converts in Modern Orthodox from a Rabbi who is on the ITIM list of recognized rabbinical courts, can this still pose a problem later if I decided to move to Israel? As someone who has discovered I am Jewish, but cannot definitely prove all maternal I am seeking the right place for conversion, but I do not want to be denied my birthright a second time after conversion because the Rabbi was modern orthodox and not orthodox.

Answer:

Unfortunately I don’t know the rules of the Rabbinate regarding these things. However if you didn’t go through with the conversion yet, why not just do an orthodox one, this way you can be certain that you won’t have any issue with the Rabbinate.

Best wishes

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