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Quebec Immigration In-demand Occupation List 2019

Quebec Immigration In-demand Occupation List 2019

Most of the provinces in Canada have their own provincial nomination program that allows them to nominate the skilled and capable immigrants for permanent residence visa in the province. These PNPs have different requirements and eligibility criteria depending on the local labor market demands of the province. But Quebec does not have Provincial Nomination Program (PNP) for inviting the skilled immigrants.

For immigrating to the province of Quebec there is no stream that requires candidates to have occupation in-demand in the province. The only way for a skilled immigrant to move to the province of Quebec is via the – Quebec Skilled Worker Program (QSWP).

 Quebec province has their own immigration program that allows them to invite the potential immigrants that can help in the development of the province via the Quebec Skilled Worker Program (QSWP). Quebec Skilled Worker Program (QSWP) enables highly educated and trained foreign nationals to move to the province of Quebec as skilled workers.

Quebec Immigration points calculator 2019

In order to be qualified under QSWP as a Quebec-selected skilled worker, a single applicant must score at least 50 points in Quebec point’s calculator. If the immigrant is moving with their spouse or common-law partner they need to score at least 59 points.

These points are awarded in the following manners based on some selection factors mentioned below:

  • Training (Maximum 26 points) – Education (Max 14 points) and Areas of Training (Max 12 points)
  • Work Experience (Maximum 8 points)
  • Age (Maximum 16 points)
  • Language Proficiency (Maximum 22 points)
  • Quebec Connection (Maximum 8 points)
  • Characteristics of Spouse/Common-law partner (Maximum 17 points)
  • Validated Job-offer (Maximum 10 points)
  • Accompanying Children (Maximum 8 points)
  • Financial Self-Sufficiency (Maximum 1 point)

Process to Apply for permanent residence in Quebec Province in 2019

There are two steps to apply for permanent residence in Quebec province:

Step 1: First step for the candidates applying for PR in Quebec is to get the Quebec Selection Certificate (CSQ). This certificate signifies that the candidate is able to meet all the requirements and eligibility criteria of the Quebec Skilled Worker Program (QSWP) and Quebec province has selected the candidate to settle permanently in the province.

Step 2: Once the candidate is able to land the CSQ certificate, they are able to apply for permanent residence visa to the Immigration, Refugees & Citizenship Canada (IRCC). Candidates have to submit their application with CSQ certificate.

Quebec Occupation List 2019

Following is the list of the occupations that are in-demand in the province with the respective NOC code for the year 2019:

  • Human Resource Managers (NOC – 0112)
  • Banking, Credit and other Investment managers (NOC – 0122)
  • Engineering Managers (NOC – 0211)
  • Computer and Information System Managers (NOC – 0213)
  • Administrator – Post-secondary Education and Vocational Training (NOC – 0421)
  • Sales, Marketing and Advertising Managers (NOC – 0611)
  • Manufacturing Managers (NOC – 0911)
  • Financial Auditors and Accountants (NOC – 1111)
  • Financial and Investment Analysts (NOC – 1112)
  • Securities agents, investment dealers and brokers (NOC – 1113)
  • Other financial officers (NOC – 1114)
  • Human Resources professionals (NOC – 1121)
  • Professional Occupations in Business Management Consulting (NOC – 1122)
  • Human Resources and Recruitment officers (NOC – 1223)
  • Assessors, Valuators and Appraisers (NOC – 1314)
  • Physicists and Astronomers (NOC – 2111)
  • Geo scientists and Oceanographers (NOC – 2113)
  • Biologists and Related Scientists (NOC – 2121)
  • Civil Engineer (NOC – 2131)
  • Mechanical Engineers (NOC – 2132)
  • Electrical and Electronics Engineers (NOC – 2133)
  • Industrial and Manufacturing Engineers (NOC – 2141)
  • Aerospace Engineers (NOC – 2146)
  • Computer Engineers (Except Software Engineers and Designers) (NOC – 2147)
  • Other Professional Engineers, n.e.c (NOC – 2148)
  • Information Systems Analysts and Consultants (NOC – 2171)
  • Database Analysts and Data Administrators (NOC – 2172)
  • Software Engineers and Designers (NOC – 2173)
  • Computer Programmers and Interactive Media Developers (NOC – 2174)
  • Web Designers and Developers (NOC – 2175)
  • Chemical technologists and technicians (NOC – 2211)
  • Biological Technologists and Technicians (NOC – 2221)
  • Agricultural and Fish Products Inspectors (NOC – 2222)
  • Civil Engineering Technologists and Technicians (NOC – 2231)
  • Mechanical Engineering Technologists and Technicians (NOC – 2232)
  • Industrial Engineering and Manufacturing Technologists and Technicians (NOC – 2233)
  • Construction Estimators (NOC – 2234)
  • Architectural Technologists and Technicians (NOC – 2251)
  • Industrial Designers (NOC – 2252)
  • Drafting Technologists and Technicians (NOC – 2253)
  • Inspectors in Public and Environmental Health and Occupational health & Safety (NOC – 2263)
  • Construction Inspectors (NOC – 2264)
  • Computer Network Technicians (NOC – 2281)
  • User Support Technicians (NOC – 2282)
  • Systems Testing Technicians (NOC – 2283)
  • Head Nurses and Supervisors (NOC – 3151)
  • Registered Nurses (NOC – 3152)
  • Medical Radiation Technologists (NOC – 3215)
  • Medical Sonographers (NOC – 3216)
  • Opticians (NOC – 3151)
  • Licensed Practical Nurses (NOC – 3233)
  • Other technical occupations in therapy and assessment (NOC – 3237)
  • College and Other Vocational Instructors (NOC – 4131)
  • Psychologists (NOC – 4151)
  • Business Development Officers and Marketing Researchers and Consultants (NOC – 4163)
  • Social Policy Researchers, Consultants and Program Officers (NOC – 4164)
  • Other Professional Occupations in Social Science, n.e.c. (NOC – 4169)
  • Community and Social Service Workers (NOC – 4212)
  • Librarians (NOC – 5111)
  • Archivists (NOC – 5113)
  • Translators, Terminologists and Interpreters (NOC – 5125)
  • Library and Public Archive Technicians (NOC – 5211)
  • Graphic Arts Technicians (NOC – 5223)
  • Graphic Designers and Illustrators (NOC – 5241)
  • Technical Sales Specialists – Wholesale Trade (NOC – 6221)
  • Sales Representatives – Wholesale Trade (Non-Technical) (NOC – 6411)
  • Machinists and Machining and Tooling Inspectors (NOC – 7231)
  • Tool and Die Makers (NOC – 7232)
  • Heavy-duty Equipment Mechanics (NOC – 7312)
  • Machine Fitters (NOC – 7316)
  • Aircraft Mechanics and Aircraft Inspectors (NOC – 7315)
  • Supervisors, food, beverage and associated products processing (NOC – 9213)
  • Supervisors, Plastic and Rubber Products Manufacturing (NOC – 9214)
  • Supervisors, Motor Vehicle Assembling (NOC – 9221)
  • Supervisors, Electronics Manufacturing (NOC – 9222)
  • Supervisors, Electrical Products Manufacturing (NOC – 9223)
  • Supervisors, other Mechanical and Metal Products Manufacturing (NOC – 9226)
  • Supervisors, Other Products Manufacturing and Assembly (NOC – 9227)
  • Chemical Plant Machine Operators (NOC – 9421)
  • Machining Tool Operators (NOC – 9511)

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