You are on your way

Connect and discover Canada as your next stop!

Moving to a new environment can be stressful. We are here to support you on this journey.

Take advantage of our free services. Feel informed, prepared, and confident before you arrive.

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E-Learning

 Get access to our interactive self-study workshops, webinars, blogs and vlogs for more information about your new community.

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Mentorship

Connect with an established member of our community that matches your needs.

Resources, including information regarding immigration

Resources

Learn important information through our information sessions and resource links.

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Ask us

Talk to us through our live-chats, messages, and community forums.

Important instructions for applicants under Atlantic Immigration Pilot (AIP) programs

YMCA Pre-arrival Programs

Youth Program

12-19 years

The Youth Pre-Arrival Learning Site (YPALS) will connect you to new friends and answer all your questions about moving & living in Canada.

Adult Program

16+ years

With the support from the Information & Referral Specialists, the Electronic Newcomer Information Centre (eNIC) will provide you with meaningful settlement info & orientation about Canada.

How it works

Step 1:

Prepare Required Documents and UCI#

Upload ­ONE of the following documents:

  • Medical Examination or Security request letter
  • Letter requesting for passport submission
  • IRCC invitation letter to obtain pre-arrival services
  • Canadian Permanent Resident Visa
  • Confirmation of Permanent Residence (COPR) letter

Step 2:

Complete your registration

Follow these steps:

  • Click on the Registration button
  • Fill in the registration form
  • Upload the required document
  • Click submit
  • Expect an e-mail from us confirming your registration

Step 3:

Access your account

To gain access:

  • Check for a welcome e-mail
  • Click on the link we provided in that e-mail
  • Reset your password
  • Remember the username and password for future access

Services provided by Nest Stop Canada are best experienced through the most updated versions of Google Chrome, Safari and Firefox.

UCI stands for “unique client identifier” or Client ID.

It appears on official documents you get from Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC).
It has four numbers, a hyphen and four more numbers. (Example: 0000-0000)

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