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Nationwide Immigration » Canada » Quebec Skilled Worker Points Calculator

Quebec Skilled Worker Program Points Calculator 2020

Find Out How many points required to Get PR Visa in Quebec?

What is the Quebec Points Calculator?

To be eligible under the QSWP immigration program, you have to score minimum points required for the Quebec immigration. To calculate your points, you have to answer the questions related to your credentials like language proficiency, work experience, educational qualifications, etc.

Eligibility criteria for Quebec Skilled Worker Program

You have to meet the following minimum requirements to qualify for QSWP as a skilled worker:

  • Must have at least one diploma that meets educational requirements in Quebec.
  • Must have had training and skills in the relevant field.
  • Must demonstrate the intention to work and settle in the province.

 

Your application is assessed based on the following selection criteria:

  • Education
  • Work experience
  • Valid Job-offer
  • Language ability
  • Financial dependence
  • Other qualifications

For more details on QSWP, check our page about Quebec Skilled Worker Program.

What are the minimum points required to move to Quebec?

To be able to apply for permanent residency through QSWP, you have to score the minimum points required in the Quebec Points Calculator. If you are applying as a single applicant, a minimum of 50 points are required. If applying with your spouse or common-law partner, you have to score a minimum of 59 points

Quebec Points Calculator

The following table will illustrate how points are awarded in the QSWP points calculator:

Education

Qualification Points
Doctorate 14
Master’s Degree 12
UG Diploma with 3 or more years of duration 10
UG Diploma with 2 years of duration 6
UG Diploma with 1 year of the duration 4
Post-secondary school technical diploma attesting to 3 years of full-time studies 8
Post-secondary school technical diploma attesting 1-2 years of full-time studies 6
Secondary school Vocational diploma 6
Secondary School diploma 2

Age

Age (In Years) Points
42 2
41 4
40 6
39 8
38 10
37 12
36 14
18-35 16

Work Experience

Work Experience (In Months) Points
48+
36 – 47
24 – 35
12 – 23
6 – 11

Language Proficiency

  Low Beginner (A1) High Beginner (A2) Low Intermediate (B1) High Intermediate (B2) Advanced (C1) Advanced (C2)
Listening 0 0 0 5 6 7
Speaking 0 0 0 5 6 7
Reading 0 0 0 1 1 1
Writing 0 0 0 1 1 1

Valid Employment Offer

Employment Offer Points
Valid Job Offer in the Montreal Metropolitan Area 8
Valid Job Offer outside the Montreal Metropolitan Area 14

Accompanying Children

Age Points
12 years 4
13 – 19 years 2

What is the cost and processing time for the Quebec Skilled Worker Program?

Fees for QSWP is as follows:

  • Primary Candidate – CAD $785
  • Secondary Candidate – CAD $168
  • Dependent Child – CAD $168 (per child)

Your application processing time depends primarily on the demand of the local labour market. If you are able to provide the right set of documents, the average application processing time is 17 months.

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