Quebec Invited 1,136 Candidates

Quebec Invited 1,136 Candidates in the Latest Draw: Your Pathway to Permanent Residency

Quebec’s latest draw, conducted on March 07, 2024, by the Minister of Immigration, Francization, and Integration (MIFI), has opened new avenues for 1,136 candidates to apply for permanent residence. This article serves as your comprehensive guide to understanding the eligibility criteria, application process, required documents, and fees associated with Quebec’s Regular Skilled Worker Program (RSWP).

Eligibility Criteria

To qualify for the recent draw, candidates must meet specific eligibility criteria:

  • Possess a level 7 oral proficiency or higher in French, as per the Échelle québécoise des niveaux de compétence en français.
  • Attain a score equal to or greater than 603 points.
  • Hold a valid job offer outside the Communauté métropolitaine de Montréal.
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Application Process

If you have received an invitation in Quebec’s latest draw, you will be notified via the Arrima message center. Within 60 days of receiving the invitation, you must access the form to apply for permanent residence. Ensure accuracy by reviewing and updating the information copied from your Expression of Interest (EOI) profile.

Supporting Documents

Upon submitting your permanent residency application, you will receive a personalized list of required documents. Additionally, you will be sent an application to obtain an attestation of learning about democratic and Québec values. Processing of your application commences upon receipt of all necessary documents.

Application Fee

Familiarize yourself with the processing fees associated with a permanent residency application under Quebec’s RSWP:

  • Principal applicant: $895
  • Spouse or common-law partner: $192
  • Each dependent child: $192
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You have a maximum of 30 days after submission to pay the fees, which must be done in full, in Canadian dollars, by you or a third party. Note that these fees are non-refundable, regardless of the application outcome. Navigating Quebec’s latest draw for permanent residency entails meeting specific eligibility criteria, submitting accurate documents, and paying applicable fees within the stipulated timeline.

By adhering to these guidelines, you can enhance your chances of a successful application process under the Regular Skilled Worker Program. Stay informed, prepared, and proactive throughout your journey toward permanent residency in Quebec.

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