Kamloops Cariboo Regional Immigrant Society (KIS) is a non-profit registered society and charity based in Kamloops, British Columbia. The Society provides essential programs and inter-cultural services to immigrants, migrants and refugees in the Thompson-Nicola Regional District to promote their successful integration into Canadian society.
Deliver programs and services designed to advance immigrants, migrants, refugees, visible minorities, first-generation Canadians and their families in becoming full and equal members of Canadian society.
Advocate for immigration, settlement, integration and multicultural issues on a local, regional and national scale.
Take actions to eliminate racism against immigrants and visible minorities.
Raise awareness on the importance of immigration, multiculturalism and diversity in Canadian society.
Promote respect and understanding in the elimination of barriers and challenges faced by immigrants, migrants, refugees and minorities.
Board of Directors
President: David Cruz
Treasurer: Satwinder Paul
Board Members: Ambo Dhaliwal, Volker (Wally) Kloubek, Dilip Kumar Maurya, Eva Bechtel, Angus Duff, Tesh Dagne
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Kamloops Immigrant Services 448 Tranquile Road Kamloops, BC V2B 3H2
Please be advised that Kamloops Immigrant Services does not offer immigration consulting services. For inquiries on how to immigrate to Canada or obtain work/study/visitor visa: Please visit www.iccrc-crcic.ca to find a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant in your area.