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Questions frequently asked by immigrants to Langley

Settling in a new country and a new city is not easy. Here are some questions that are often asked by new immigrants. Click on the down arrows to see the answers. If you have questions you think we can answer, please send to us using our contact us page.

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Where do we go to register our children for school?
We arrived in Langley after school started, can my child start school?
What programs does the School District have for students who just arrived to Canada and who are struggling with the language?
My son/daughter wants to start University, but he/she needs to upgrade some of her High School classes in order to apply. They are not school age anymore. Where can they take those classes?
Where are the public libraries in Langley?
Where can I find a family doctor in Langley?
Where can I find a family doctor that speaks my language?
Where can I find information about public transit in Langley?
Where can I get help to find a job?
Where can I get some settlement help?
Where can I find affordable childcare?
Where do I go if I need financial assistance?
Where can I find counselling and mental health supports for my children or teenagers?
Where can I find a support group for parents with Special Needs children?
Where do I go in Langley to get a Driver’s Licence?
Where can I take some driving lessons with somebody that speaks my language?
Where can I find a bank that has connections with my country so I can send or/and receive money?
Where can I learn about sports or other activities for my kids?
Where can I learn about sports or other activities for adults?
Where are the parks in Langley?
Where are the public swimming pools in Langley?
Where can I find affordable household goods and furniture?
Where can I find affordable groceries?