The Province of Quebec regulates its own immigration programs with choice criteria that differ from other common migration programs. Remote nationals wishing to settle for good in Quebec must undergo a two-step process.
Firstly, applicants should be chosen by the Ministère de l’immigration et des communautés culturelles (MICC), Quebec’s immigration authority. Chosen candidates will get a Quebec Certificat de Sélection (CSQ). Secondly an approved CSQ holder must document an application with Canadian government/federal immigration authorities. The central government’s part in assessing a Quebec application for permanent is for the most part constrained to issues of wellbeing and culpability.
Before applying under one of the Quebec migration programs, there will be a preparatory assessment by the Québec government or the immigration office in the country of the candidate to check whether all the supporting records of the candidate have been appropriately submitted.
This guarantees that the application is finished and that the candidate meets the criteria for the project they are applying for. Once a preparatory assessment is completed and acknowledged, a determination meeting will be directed.
After the meeting, the advocate can either; issue the applicant with a QSC (Quebec Selection Certificate) wherein the applicant is eligible to apply for permanent residency or applicant could be issued with a letter of refusal
Lastly an applicant may receive a letter of plan to reject the application unless the candidate can give the fundamental data and documentation within 60 days.
Quebec has just recently brought down the pass mark for its Skilled Worker Program by expelling the “flexibility” variable making it that much less demanding to apply with success. This project chooses applicants with the most elevated shot of fruitful economic settlement.
A Quebec skilled worker is one who plans to settle in Quebec for work purposes. Candidates with an extensive variety of administration and money related administrations, designing, human services and data innovation accolades have the best odds of succeeding.
Among the factors that will be taken into account are; your education, occupational skills, language skills (French & English), your age and family status. Since Quebec is predominantly a French speaking province, being fluent in French contributes greatly to the success of your immigration application.