Come and thrive in the largest francophone community in America, apply to the Quebec Skilled Worker Program!
The Quebec skilled worker program strives to attract and choose immigrants with the potential to settle, integrate and contribute to the Quebecois society. The province of Quebec distinguishes itself from the rest of Canada by strongly representing the French part. Quebec not only speaks another language but has a peculiar heritage and culture; and in order to preserve and enrich it, Quebec has an agreement with the Government of Canada to define and apply its own rules regarding immigration. The province selects its candidates and Canada is responsible for their admission.
Besides having the interest in settling in Quebec, to be selected as an immigrant worker you must have a diploma equivalent (in the Quebec education system) to a Secondary School Diploma or a Diploma of Vocational Studies, you will also need to find out if the profession or trade you intend to practice in Quebec is regulated.
Quebec’s selection process culminates with the issuance of a Quebec Selection Certificate or CSQ. To determine if an applicant qualifies for a CSQ, Quebec Immigration uses a score based selection system where points are awarded to each criteria below, plus up to 6 additional points upon the interview for adaptability.
*Read more about the modifications made to the List of areas of training.
A single applicant must score a minimum of 55 points while applicants with a spouse or common-law partner must score at least 63.
Language Proficiency must be demonstrated by submitting test results issued by recognized organizations.
Medical and security examinations may be required as well. *This is part of the federal admission process, the province does not require these
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