Concerning your conversion by a Reform rabbi: No Orthodox rabbi or person anywhere will recognize your conversion as valid for the simple reason that you will never have been taught Judaism, as the Orthodox see Judaism. Nor am I 100% certain the Conservative movement accepts your conversion. It appears to be the case in Israel right now that were you to make aliyah after conversion, you would fall under the law of Return as a convert but would have to reconvert via the Orthodox rabbinate for any of their services: i.e. marriage and burial. Because Reform and Orthodox conversion procedures are vastly different, you will either have to enter then into a multiyear process with many lifestyle changes or you can not get married to a Jew in Israel nor get buried in a Jewish cemetary.
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