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Quinte Immigration Services (QUIS)

Site: Belleville

Service: Central Eastern Ontario Translation and Interpretation Services (CEOTIS)

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Alternate Name Citizenship ; Community Connections Program ; CV19 ; Foreign Worker ; Immigration ; Immigration Settlement and Adaptation Program ; Interpretation ; Interpreters ; ISAP ; Live in Care Giver ; Newcomer ; Newcomer Settlement Program ; NSP ; Permanent Resident ; QUIS ; Settlement Services ; Translations ; Translators ; VIQ ; Work Permit
Former Name Quinte United Immigrant Services
Legal Name Quinte United Immigrant Services
Location & Accessibility
Site Location Quinte Immigration Services (QUIS)
Located In Community Belleville
Address & Map
345 College St E, Unit 2
Belleville, ON K8P 5S7
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Intersection College St E and West St
Bus Route Notes 
Route 3
Physical Access Fully Accessible
Parking Free parking
Description and Services
Description (Service) CV19 Offices closed to the public until further notice * Staff working remotely to provide continued support or services * Please call the office at 613-968-7723 for assitances * Updates will be posted to our website and Facebook page (March 28, 2020) 
Immigration support agency * referral to economic, social, health, cultural, education and recreational services * Assistance in obtaining Social & Health Insurance, Child Tax Benefits, driver's license, housing and schooling * immigration process assistance * referrals to English Language classes and other services * promote anti-racism and cultural awareness * translation and interpretation services. 
Community Connections Program -- group activities and information sessions for newly arrived immigrants and refugees of all ages to help orient them to their new community and establish social and professional networks  
Economic Development Through Immigration (EDTI) -- program designed to match skilled newcomers with employers experiencing labour shortages in the Quinte area  
Central Eastern Ontario Translation & Interpretation Services -- Fee-for-service language interpretation services and translation services. Call 1-888-968-1065 for more information.
Hours Mon-Fri 8 am-4 pm, some appointments available at Belleville Public Library 4pm-7pm on Wednesdays (must call and book during regular business hours)
Meetings Board of Directors meet at the Belleville Public Library last Wednesday of the month * Annual General Meeting is held in the Fall
Areas Served Hastings County ; Prince Edward County ; Belleville; Trenton; Quinte West; Tweed; Picton; Brighton; Ameliasburgh; Demorestville; Rednersville; Consecon; Hillier; Wellington; Rossmore; Bancroft; Roslin; Napanee; Deseronto; Shannonville; Carrying Place; Campbellford; Marmora; Madoc;
Eligibility No restrictions
Application Appointments preferred
Languages English ; French ; German ; Portuguese ; Russian ; Spanish ; Ukrainian
Fees Service ; QUIS - Free * CEOTIS - Fee for service
Service Categories Adult Mentoring Programs ~ Immigrants (Canada) ; Adult Mentoring Programs ~ Refugees ; Career Exploration ~ Immigrants (Canada) ; Career Exploration ~ Refugees ; Cultural Transition Counselling ; Diversity Awareness Training ; English as a Second Language ~ Immigrants (Canada) ; Immigrant/Refugee Employment Programs ; Immigrant/Refugee Support Groups ; Interpretation/Translation ; Newcomer Settlement Services ; School System Advocacy ~ Immigrants (Canada) ; Specialized Information and Referral ~ Immigration Issues ; Volunteer Development ~ Immigrants (Canada)
Contact Information
Office Phone 613-968-7723
Toll Free Phone CEOTIS only: 1-888-968-1065
After Hours Phone CEOTIS only: 1-888-968-1065
Fax 613-968-2597
Social Media Facebook Twitter
Primary Contact Reception; Phone: 613-968-7723 ext 0
Primary Executive Orlando Ferro, Executive Director; Phone: 613-968-7723 ext 223
Other Details
Established 1986
Funding Regional / Municipal ; Provincial ; Federal ; Private
Elections Elections are held at the Annual General Meeting in the Fall
Print Material Available on our website

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