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Every year, people from across Canada and all over the world come to Alberta as their place of choice to work and live. Alberta has a high standard of living, diverse and welcoming communities, stunning landscapes, a focus on economic growth, creating jobs and abundant opportunities for entrepreneurs.
The information provided here will help you learn what you need to know about moving to Alberta for a short time, or making it your home.
Start a business in Alberta
Alberta is open for business. If you are an international graduate, there may be opportunities to put your ideas to work in Alberta.
Alberta international graduates
International students graduating from an Alberta post-secondary program can stay permanently by starting up a business.
International students graduating from a post-secondary program outside of Canada can apply to start a business in Alberta and stay permanently.
Find out more
Learn about some of the things that make Alberta a great place to live.
Tips for finding work in Alberta and learn how credentials transfer from other countries.
Information and resources for newcomers on how to start a business.
Learn about the various immigration pathways and programs available to help you move to Alberta.
Programs and information to help you visit, study or work in Alberta.
Information to help newcomers and immigrants prepare to come and make Alberta their home.
Resources to assess and improve your English language skills.
For general questions about living and working in Alberta, use the form below.
For questions specific to the Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program, complete the AINP Feedback form.
The personal information collected through the Newcomer Integration Unit is collected for purpose of assisting you with your enquiries. This personal information collection is authorized by section 33(c) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.
If you have any questions about the collection of personal information, you may contact Manager, Immigration Services at 780-638-3393, by email at [email protected] or mail to the Newcomer Integration Unit, Newcomer Supports Branch, 9th floor, 9942 108 Street NW, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, T5K 2J5
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