Reopening an office in Charlottetown; Government of Canada

News release

Services coming home to newcomers in Prince Edward Island

March 6, 2019 – Charlottetown, PEI – Newcomers in Prince Edward Island will soon have access to citizenship, immigration and settlement services with the reopening of an office in Charlottetown.

As a result of the Atlantic Growth Strategy, the province is attracting more immigrants and new Canadians. Today’s commitment to newcomers will provide them with access to services closer to home.

The employees will work on permanent residency, settlement services and citizenship testing. They will also be able to provide services to more remote and rural locations with roving capabilities.

In addition, the new office will allow us to support and build closer relationships with local employers and educational institutions looking to attract top talent and new skills to Canada, creating economic growth and more middle-class jobs for Canadians.

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