While the syndrome disproportionately affects East Asians, tough working conditions in Israel could be a factor, an NGO says.
New law allows asylum seekers to receive the sum once they leave the country, but human rights groups say it forces them to live in greater poverty.
Working in Israel has allowed Veronica to support her children back at home - at the cost of seeing them growing up; Yeva, an observant Jew from Brooklyn, feels safer in Israel: 'In New York, they don't think something could really happen.'
A formal arrest warrant was issued on Sunday on suspicion that he was seeking money from ISIS in Syria to buy trucks and load them with explosives.
Since Holot detention facility opened in December 2013, some 12,000 Eritreans and Sudanese have left Israel – a quarter of the number here that year. | Analysis
Sometimes they lack valid travel papers, or their country refuses to take them back or has no representation in Israel. Sometimes language differences pose a problem.
Judge expresses shock at contractors' attitude to employees, 'as if they were only raw material or a cheap tool.'
The parents of the children, all aged 11, said they didn’t submit residency applications because they knew they would be rejected.
Thai women working in agriculture in Israel suffer from exploitation, sexual harassment at work and harsh living conditions. The Population Authority says 'they should talk to their employers.'
Under new law, asylum seekers will have to deposit 20% of their salary into special fund, only getting it back if they leave Israel on arranged date.