Information Guide for Ukrainians Arriving in Alberta

Information Guide for Ukrainians Arriving in Alberta

Please reach out to us if you have any questions or concerns by phone: 780-414-1624 or email: info@uccab.ca

Letter for newcoming Ukrainians in Alberta from Alberta UCC

Welcome to Alberta

Information Guide For Ukrainians Arriving In Alberta

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SETTLEMENT SERVICES

Agencies

SETTLEMENT SERVICES

Agencies
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PRE-ARRIVAL INFORMATION

How to apply to Canada

PRE-ARRIVAL INFORMATION

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OBTAINING CANADIAN DOCUMENTS

SIN, AB Health care, Banking, Driver’s License, ID

OBTAINING CANADIAN DOCUMENTS

SIN, AB Health care, Banking, Driver’s License, ID
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HEALTH CARE

Medical Exam, Doctors, AHCIP

HEALTH CARE

Medical Exam, Doctors, AHCIP
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MENTAL HEALTH

Psychologists, Social Workers

MENTAL HEALTH

Psychologists, Social Workers
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EDUCATION

Bilingual Schools, Day care, Ridna Shkola

EDUCATION

Bilingual Schools, Day care, Ridna Shkola
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DAILY LIVING

Clothing, Furniture, Transportation, Activities

DAILY LIVING

Clothing, Furniture, Transportation, Activities
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ACCOMMODATIONS

Hosting, Housing, Rentals

ACCOMMODATIONS

Hosting Housing
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LEGAL AND CONSULAR ASSISTANCE

Lawyer, Ukrainian Consulate, RCMP War Crimes Reporting

LEGAL AND CONSULAR ASSISTANCE

Lawyer, Ukrainian Consulate, RCMP War Crimes Reporting
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Social Media

Social networks

Social Media

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English Language Classes/ Translational Services

English Language Classes/ Translational Services

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EMPLOYMENT

Job Opportunities, Mentorship

EMPLOYMENT

Job Opportunities, Mentorship
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Public Transportation

Public Transportation

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Finances

Bank Account, Government assistance

Finances

Bank Account, Government assistance
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Child Care

Child Care

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Government Financial assistance

The Government of Canada is giving financial assistance to help Ukrainian families who are in Canada under the Canada-Ukraine authorization for emergency travel (CUAET).

The assistance is a one-time, non-taxable benefit. It’s to take care of your basic needs while you get settled in Canada.

How much can you expect to receive

CAN $3,000 for each adult (18 or older)

CAN $1,500 for each child (17 and under)

Documents you need to apply:

Along with your personal information, you need to provide

  • your unique client identifier (UCI) number
  • temporary resident status document [IMM 1442] number
  • Your IMM 1442 must include a remark that you’re here under

To apply:

  1. You must first open a bank account. For information on banks please click here
  2. If you came to Canada before the CUAET program please change your status to the CUAET measure you can apply here. If you already have CUAET status please proceed to step 3
  3. Proceed to the online application here

If you need further assistance please call 1-833-760-1162, calls are answered Monday to Friday, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., Eastern time. Interpretation services are offered in Ukrainian and Russian.