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Loans for Internationally Trained Immigrants

As an Immigrant to Canada you may be eligible to get a loan to help if you are a newcomer and struggling to pay for the costs of the Canadian accreditation or training you need so you can work in your pre-immigration career. Please feel free to contact one of the programs listed in the attached document for more information and to see if you qualify.

CANADA

 

Windmill Microlending

Do you want to continue your career in Canada?
We offer microloans to help you pay for the Canadian credentials you need.
Phone:1-855-423-2262
Visit: https://windmillmicrolending.org/

GREATER MONTRÉAL, QUEBEC

 

Association communautaire d’emprunt de Montréal (ACEM)

Email: info@acemcreditcommunautaire.qc.ca  Phone: 514-843-7296
Visit: https://microcreditmontreal.ca/

BRITISH COLUMBIA

Foreign Credential Recognition (FCR) Loan Project

Foreign Credential Recognition (FCR) Loan Project offers a competitive low-interest rate loan to residents of B.C. who are internationally trained to help them pursue FCR and obtain employment in their field in Canada.

Phone: (778) 819-0728 (ext. 1001)
Email: FCRloaninfo@success.bc.ca

MANITOBA

SEED Winnipeg

“Recognition Counts!” is a program that provides accessible, low interest loans to assist skilled immigrants to Manitoba with qualification recognition, upgrading and/or training needed for employment in the fields for which they have education and experience obtained outside of Canada.

Email: info@seedwinnipeg.ca   Phone: 204-927-9935
Website: http://seedwinnipeg.ca/programs/detail/recognition-counts

ONTARIO, South Western (excluding the GTA)

WIL Employment Connections

The Internationally Trained Worker Loan Program provides ITWs (residing in southwestern Ontario) access to the funds necessary to achieve foreign credential recognition and employment outcomes commensurate with their international education, skills and experience. Loans operate as a flexible line of credit to assist ITWs in covering the direct and indirect costs related to foreign credential recognition.

Email: info@accesscentre.ca  Phone: 519-858-2348
Visit: www.wil.ca/immigrants-newcomers/skilled-immigrant-loan-program

PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND

Canada Microcredit Educators Group (CMEG)

Canada Microcredit Educators Group invites inquiries and applications from internationally trained people of all occupations living in Prince Edward Island. CMEG is committed to your prosperity.

Email: info@microloanscanada.ca  Phone: 902-626-8667
Visit: www.microloanscanada.ca

NOVA SCOTIA

ISANS/AICLF

Newcomers can experience multiple barriers to employment, especially when their foreign credentials are not recognized in Canada or when their employment training and experience do not align with labour market needs.

The Atlantic Immigrant Career Loan Fund is a micro loan fund for internationally trained individuals. The purpose of the fund is to assist newcomers by providing micro-loans to overcome financial barriers to becoming licensed to practice and entering the workforce/working in their occupations or related/other fields.

The project is funded by the Government of Canada’s Foreign Credential Recognition Program, and is administered by Immigrant Services Association of Nova Scotia in partnership with Royal Bank of Canada, Association for New Canadians (Newfoundland and Labrador), PEI Association for Newcomers to Canada, New Brunswick Multicultural Council, Multicultural Association of Fredericton, Multicultural Association of the Greater Moncton Area and YMCA of Greater Saint John.

NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR

Acquiring eXperience; Integrating Skills (AXIS) Employment Services

Axis Career Services, the employment division of the Association for New Canadians, has established a targeted Small Loans Program to support and expedite the integration of Internationally Educated Professionals into the Newfoundland and Labrador workforce.
To determine if you are eligible for assistance, visit www.AXIScareers.net

Indigenous Land Acknowledgement : We respectfully acknowledge the CSMLS office, located in Hamilton, Ontario, is situated upon the traditional territories of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy, the Mississauga Nation, Anishinaabe Peoples, and the Neutral Peoples. This land is covered by the Dish With One Spoon wampum, which is a treaty between the Haudenosaunee and Anishinaabe to share and care for the resources around the Great Lakes. We further acknowledge that this land is covered by the Between the Lakes Treaty No. 3, 1792, between the Crown and the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation.

 

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