The Quebec Skilled Worker Program (QSW) is a provincial immigration program for people with skilled employment experience who will be able to contribute to Quebec's economy in the long run. Intending to simplify the process, Quebec’s government introduced the skilled worker program.
Documentation plays a vital role in the Canadian immigration process. As a part of the migration, to get the permit to enter their country, you may need to provide documents supporting various.
These documents must be submitted with your permanent residency application. On the other hand, the passport is the most well-known of the requisite documents. As a result, we recommend that you submit your passport as proof of your identity and civil status.
These tests evaluate your ability to communicate in four areas: speaking, reading, writing, and listening - IELTS, TOEFL, and PTE.
When applying for a permanent residence visa, you must have a valid passport or travel document issued by your country's government. Your passport serves as a ticket for overseas travel. You must submit information about your passport, including its number, date, and issuing place, as well as its expiration date.
A marriage certificate should be submitted to prove your relationship with the spouse and birth certificates of the dependent children.
A clean police certificate should be submitted to prove that you don’t have any criminal records or any terrorist activities.
To immigrate to Quebec, each person should submit the proof of required funds according to the recent updates.
|No of People||Funds Required|
|1 Adult||$ 3016|
|1 Adult and 1 minor child||$ 4052|
|1 Adult and 2 minor children||$ 4574|
|1 Adult and 3 minor children||$ 5096|
|1 Adult and more than 3 minor children||$ 522 per child|
|1 Adult and 1 adult child or more||$ 1406 per child|
|2 Adults||$ 4222|
|2 Adults and 1 minor child||$ 4954|
|2 Adults and 2 minor children||$ 5347|
|2 Adults and 3 minor children||$ 5739|
|2 Adults and more than 3 minor children||$ 393 per child|
|2 Adults and 1 adult child||$ 1406 per child|
A Quebec Acceptance Certificate (CAQ) permits you to stay in Quebec for a specified period of time. It's not to be mistaken with a Quebec Selection Certificate (CSQ), which allows you to live permanently in Quebec. For foreign nationals wishing to study in Quebec for more than six months, a CAQ is required.
No. Although Quebec Immigration has the authority to conduct QSWP interviews in order to verify in person settlement plans, documents authenticity, language proficiency, Quebec relationships, or other aspects of a candidate's application, it is no longer needed.
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