Jared Kushner and\u00a0Ivanka Trump, both advisers to U.S. President Donald Trump, are expected to represent the U.S. administration at the opening ceremony of the American Embassy in Jerusalem in May, Israeli officials confirmed Sunday.\r\nThe official said American senators and members of the House of Representatives will attend, too. According to Channel 10, U.S.\u00a0Secretary of Treasury Steve Mnuchin will also be in attendance.\r\nThe U.S. State Department is planning for\u00a0the move\u00a0to take place on May 14th, Israel's 70th Independence Day according to the Gregorian calendar. In Israel, Independence Day is celebrated on its Jewish date, which fell on April 19 this year.\r\nLast week, the White House did not respond to a Haaretz inquiry on whether Ivanka Trump, the U.S. president's daughter, and her husband, Jared Kushner, would attend the ceremony.\r\nAt a reception for foreign diplomats to mark the country's 70th Independence Day last Thursday, Netanyahu\u00a0told the envoys that Israel would help\u00a0the first 10 countries to move their embassies to Jerusalem, both economically and bureaucratically.\r\n\u201cThere are two things you can do to help Israel celebrate this great Independence Day,\u201d he said. \u201cThe first thing is \u2013 speak out against Iran. Iran is the enemy of us all \u2013 of Israel, the Arab world, of civilization. ... The second thing you can do to advance peace is to move your embassy here.\u201d\r\nSo far, only the United States and\u00a0Guatemala have announced\u00a0clear intentions to actually move their embassies to Jerusalem. In Honduras, the Congress voted to support moving its embassy, but the decision is not binding.\r\nThe U.S. embassy will initially be located in a facility in Jerusalem's Arnona neighborhood that currently handles consular affairs, such as passports and visas. At first, it will only acommodate U.S. Ambassador to Israel David Friedman and a small staff. The State Department said the site of a future permanent embassy has yet to be found.\r\nFinance Minister Moshe Kahlon\u00a0said last month\u00a0that he was seeking an exemption from planning regulations to ensure that the U.S. consulate in Jerusalem can be upgraded to become the American Embassy in time for its move there.