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Quebec Invited 1,415 Candidates in the Latest Arrima Draw

Quebec Invited 1,415 Candidates in the Latest Arrima Draw

On May 3, 2024, the Quebec Ministry of Immigration (MIFI) conducted its 63rd invitation round through Arrima draw, Quebec’s online immigration system. This Arrima draw invited 1,415 candidates to apply for a Quebec Selection Certificate under the Quebec Skilled Worker Program. Let’s discuss the details of this draw and what it means for potential applicants.

Arrima Draw Invitation Process

Candidates interested in immigrating to Quebec must first submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) on Arrima. This places their profile in the EOI bank, from which individuals matching Quebec’s needs are invited to apply for permanent selection. It’s crucial to keep your EOI updated to increase your chances of receiving an invitation.

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Criteria for Invitation

Invitations are based on various criteria, including language proficiency, education, age, work experience, and job offers. The Quebec Ministry of Immigration prioritizes candidates who align with the province’s labor market needs and government priorities.

Scoring System

Each criterion is assigned a score, which helps classify candidates in the EOI bank. The higher your score, the better your chances of receiving an invitation. The scoring system is outlined in a document provided by the Ministry, which applicants can consult for reference.

Self-Assessment Tool

To gauge their eligibility, applicants can utilize a self-assessment tool available on the official website. This tool provides an estimated score based on the information provided. However, it’s essential to note that the score obtained is not a guarantee of receiving an invitation.

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2024 Invitation Exercises

Decisions regarding invitations are transparent, as per the Quebec Immigration Act. Only candidates with a minimum oral proficiency level of 7 in French, as per the Quebec scale, are eligible for invitations.

The recent Arrima draw signifies Quebec’s ongoing efforts to attract skilled immigrants who can contribute to the province’s economy and society. Understanding the invitation process, criteria, and scoring system is crucial for individuals aspiring to make Quebec their new home. By staying informed and preparing diligently, candidates can enhance their chances of receiving an invitation for permanent selection.

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