When you meet with a Settlement Advisor, you can ask them about any issue related to your settlement in Saskatchewan. Use your Settlement Advisor's knowledge and experience to find community resources and services to meet your needs.
Settlement Advisors can advise you of appropriate services to address your specific needs or challenges, such as:
- Health and wellness;
- Workplace issues; or
Contact your nearest Regional Newcomer Gateway to locate a Settlement Advisor. If you qualify for services, the Regional Newcomer Gateway will set up an appointment for you with a Settlement Advisor. Settlement Advisor services are free, at no cost to you.
To qualify to receive services from a Settlement Advisor, you must be:
- A newcomer to Saskatchewan (meaning you have lived in the province for less than two years); and,
- Be at least 18 years of age.
Even if you do not speak English, Settlement Advisors will be able to help you, using an interpreter through the Over The Phone Interpretation Program. You can also bring a family member or friend to translate for you, when you speak with the Settlement Advisor.
Settlement Advisors cannot help you with immigration documents and processes. For help with any of these, contact Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) or the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP).