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Information on immigration session held at People's Place Library

The Nova Scotia Office of Immigration held a well-attended information session, late last month at the People’s Place Library in Antigonish. The session was an opportunity to provide information to temporary foreign workers in the community, on how to permanently immigrate to Nova Scotia through provincial programs; including information on the Nova Scotia Nominee and Atlantic Immigration Pilot programs. The Antigonish Guysborough Immigrant Support Program also provided an overview of settlement services and programs. The session was jointly organized by the Nova Scotia Office of Immigration and the Antigonish Guysborough Immigrant Support Program. “Working with community organizations is a great way to circulate information and the Nova Scotia Office of Immigration is working with partners from across the province,” a release from the provincial office noted. “While this session was focused on providing permanent immigration information to temporary foreign workers, our office also holds information sessions about immigration for employers, international students, and community leaders.” For those looking for more information on the Nova Scotia Nominee and Atlantic Immigration Pilot programs, visit novascotiaimmigration.com or contact their office at 1-877-292-9597, which is toll-free in Nova Scotia, or by email at immigration@novascotia.ca. Additional information on the Antigonish Guysborough Immigrant Support Program can be found at awrcsasa.ca/support-services/antigonish-guysborough-immigrant-support-program, by phone at 902-318-3985, or by emailing the immigrant support program co-ordinator Jubanti Toppo at jubanti@awrcsasa.ca.

The Nova Scotia Office of Immigration held a well-attended information session, late last month at the People’s Place Library in Antigonish.

The session was an opportunity to provide information to temporary foreign workers in the community, on how to permanently immigrate to Nova Scotia through provincial programs; including information on the Nova Scotia Nominee and Atlantic Immigration Pilot programs.

The Antigonish Guysborough Immigrant Support Program also provided an overview of settlement services and programs.

The session was jointly organized by the Nova Scotia Office of Immigration and the Antigonish Guysborough Immigrant Support Program.

“Working with community organizations is a great way to circulate information and the Nova Scotia Office of Immigration is working with partners from across the province,” a release from the provincial office noted.

“While this session was focused on providing permanent immigration information to temporary foreign workers, our office also holds information sessions about immigration for employers, international students, and community leaders.”

For those looking for more information on the Nova Scotia Nominee and Atlantic Immigration Pilot programs, visit novascotiaimmigration.com or contact their office at 1-877-292-9597, which is toll-free in Nova Scotia, or by email at immigration@novascotia.ca.

Additional information on the Antigonish Guysborough Immigrant Support Program can be found at awrcsasa.ca/support-services/antigonish-guysborough-immigrant-support-program, by phone at 902-318-3985, or by emailing the immigrant support program co-ordinator Jubanti Toppo at jubanti@awrcsasa.ca.

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