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Conversion to Judaism. This entails acceptance of the mitzvos, tevila (immersion), and for men, bris milah (circumcision).

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The question seems to involve several points: Converting a minor: Generally, a minor - under 13 - can only be converted conditionally. That is, when he or she reaches halachik majority, he/she has t …
answered Jun 26 '17 by Menachem
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They might be able to fully convert at the original time. Once they have entered into slavery, however, all the laws of עבד כנעני apply. They cannot escape that status voluntarily. In any case, no sl …
answered Dec 21 '16 by Menachem
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(Edited) A non-Jew who converts normally (not a גרות לשם עבדות, a conversion for the sake of slavery) cannot be sold as an עבד עברי, as pointed out in this answer. He can neither be sold for theft, no …
answered Dec 21 '16 by Menachem