Edmonton Immigrant Services Directory – Edmonton
It has happened to all of us Hispanic & Latinos in Edmonton, that once we arrived in the city of Edmonton, we asked ourselves … and now where do I start? Where can I take an English course in Edmonton? Where I buy furniture or used clothes in good condition? The following is a list of contacts and important sites of orientation and assistance to the emigrant that all Latin should know in their first days in Edmonton, Alberta. (Immigrant Services & Help) If you want to qualify for a larger loan, longer terms may be a good option, especially if you do not plan to move and the interest rates are reasonable when you sign the loan. This is usually the loan term for which it is easier to qualify. You can always make larger monthly payments and ask your lender to reimburse the loan to pay it faster.
When considering your options to decide which term is best for you, make a careful assessment of your finances and long-term plans, such as starting a family and sending your children to college. It is convenient for you to choose a term that allows you to cover your monthly mortgage payment unhurriedly and at the same time accumulate capital in your house or department.
Asociaciones de Ayuda al Inmigrante en Edmonton
Edmonton Mennonite Centre for Newcomers
#101, 10010-107A Avenue
Telephone: 780-423-9685 / 780-424-7709
Action for Healthy Communities Society of Edmonton (AHCSE)
Suite 208, 10010-107A Avenue
ASSIST Community Services
9653 105-A Avenue
Catholic Social Services Edmonton
10709 105 Street
Edmonton Immigrant Service Association (EISA)
Suite 201, 10720 – 113 Street