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Quebec Immigration Requirements 2019

Quebec immigration Requirements 2019

          know latest News, Rules & Requirements of Quebec Immigration in 2019

When it comes to French-speaking provinces in Canada, Quebec is the first that comes to mind. Located in the center of Canada, Quebec has a long history of culture, that has been consistently added to by waves of immigrants over the decades. One of the many reasons for why Quebec is such a popular choice for immigration to Canada is that it does not follow the immigration criteria set by the federal express entry program. Rather, it has its own criteria which need to be met in order to qualify for immigration to Quebec. In 2019, the province of Quebec is all set to update its immigration requirements and make it relevant to the present times. On this page, we are going to talk about all the latest developments in the Quebec immigration process and how these are going to affect individual immigration applications in 2019.

Do you want to move to Quebec in 2019? Are you looking to settle in Quebec, Canada with your family? Then let us help you decide. Nationwide Immigration offers some of the best Quebec immigration services in India. Highly-regarded and well-respected, our immigration services are all that you are going to need to make a successful application for immigration to Quebec or any other part of Canada in 2019. Fill out our free assessment form to get started. In the next segment, we are going to talk about all the policy changes that are going to take place in Quebec immigration in 2019 and how you can make the most of it all. Read on to know more!

An Overview of Quebec Immigration

Before we start talking about how you can make your Quebec immigration application in 2019, let us take a look at the general immigration application procedure. The first thing you need to know about the Quebec immigration program is that it offers applicants multiple pathways for moving to the province. These can broadly be divided into 3 categories:

  • Quebec Skilled Worker Program
  • Quebec Experience Program
  • Quebec Business Program

quebec immigration requirements 2020

Out of these, the most popular one is the first – Quebec Skilled Worker Program. It offers international immigrants a very quick and economically efficient pathway of moving to Canada and outside the federal Express Entry program, is the best way of moving to Canada. While other streams are also viable, they are not the most popular as the majority of Indian immigrants in Canada look to work for companies instead of starting their own business venture. Also, if you are planning to move to Quebec, then going there as a foreign worker is not the best idea because you can move there with a PR visa in hand. Thus, you will be able to enjoy all the benefits of PR and citizenship from the very first day.

Now that you know why the Quebec Skilled Worker (QSW) stream is the best, let us walk you through the requirements for immigration to Quebec in 2019. They are as follows:

  • The first thing about QSW is that you can only apply for immigration once the Quebec immigration authority opens its doors to new applications. In 2019, Quebec plans to invite over 50,000 immigrants. This means that your chances of moving to Quebec this year are very high.
  • When you are making your Quebec immigration application in 2019, it is very important to follow the procedure as instructed. If you are not familiar with the documentation procedure, then you should ideally hand it over to somebody else.
  • All applications for immigration to Quebec are done through Mon Projet Quebec. Like the Express Entry system, it allows applicants to securely apply for immigration to Quebec and also grades them on a point-based system. The best applicants are selected for immigration and given a Quebec Selection Certificate (CSQ).
  • The first step is to go and create a profile on Mon Projet Quebec. Fill in the particulars asked such as age, educational qualifications, work experience, language ability etc.
  • After you have provided all the details about yourself, you will be given a score, which will ultimately decide if you will get selected for immigration to Quebec.
  • Once you are selected, you will be issued the CSQ and can apply to the IRCC for your PR visa.

While the process is simple enough, it requires that you follow the prescribed process thoroughly and for that, you might need professional help. If you want to guarantee your immigration to Quebec in 2019, we suggest taking up our immigration services. Nationwide Immigration offers one of the best Canada immigration services in India. Our experts are well-versed in all aspects of immigration to Quebec and can make sure you get the best advice and assistance. Fill out our free assessment form to begin your 2019 Quebec immigration process today!

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Quebec Immigration Requirements 2019

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Do I Qualify for Immigration to Quebec?

Quebec immigration is a relatively easy process provided you have understood the basics clearly. If you want to know whether you qualify for immigration to Quebec or not, take a look at the following points and check if you comply with them all. If you do, then you are eligible for applying for immigration to Quebec in 2019:

  • You should be at least 18 years old when you apply
  • You need to have good communication skills in English or French. While you don’t need to know both languages, if you do then this will be a great bonus to your profile and will also highlight it for potential employers.
  • Getting a Job Offer from a Quebec employer will give you a great chance at immigration.
  • You ought to have at least 1 year of working experience when you apply. However, we recommend an average of 3 years of working experience before applying to get the maximum points. Also, you will need to show documents to prove your work experience.
  • You will need to have enough educational qualification to be considered a viable member of the Quebec workforce. Our Recommendations get at least a Master’s degree to have a good chance of getting selected. Also, you will need to provide these documents to the right authorities.
  • If you are moving to Quebec without a job offer, then proof of funds will become necessary. In this case, you need to show that you have enough funds to support yourself and your family for at least 6 months in Quebec.

Wondering if you have the right attributes to move to Quebec? Take the professional advice of our Quebec immigration experts. Fill out our free assessment form to know more about your immigration chances!

How We Help?

By now, it must be clear that if you are going to apply for immigration to Quebec in 2019, you are going to need professional advice to make your immigration application stand out. One of the major benefits of this is that by doing so, you take help from immigration professionals who have worked on hundreds of cases and helped scores of people achieve their Canada immigration dreams. With their assistance, you will be able to make a successful application and save valuable time and money in moving to Quebec, Canada. Many first-timers make the mistake of applying on their own and getting rejected. This leads to a waste of time and money as well since you will need to apply again and again to get through. That is why going to a Canada immigration expert is the best move to make in these cases.

Nationwide Immigration is regarded as one of the best Canada immigration service providers in India. We are headquartered in Canada and this allows us to keep in touch with the latest developments in the world of Canada immigration. It also enables us to provide post-immigration help to our clients. In the 11 years since we have begun working, we have helped over 10,000 applicants successfully immigrate to Canada. Our policies are highly customer friendly. We are also an ICCRC accredited consultancy and this means that we have a legal right to represent our clients in any immigration-related cases. Also, we provide a legal paper which contains our extensive list of services. So, the client knows what services they are going to get from us.

In addition to our overall services, we also provide specialized services to meet our clients’ needs. If you want to score higher on the IELTS exam, then you can take up our IELTS training services. If you want to know why your Canada immigration application was rejected, the let us tell you that with our rejection case appraisal service. For all the Quebec and Canada immigration related queries, we suggest you fill out our free assessment form to get started. Let us help you and your family get the perfect start to your life in Canada. Contact us today!


5.0 rating
March 12, 2018

V submitted our file in 2016 jan intake for quebec i hav 7 years experience bt till 2day no response moreover on d page of site defined to go canada just in 9 months to 1year
Bt now 2 years passed who ll rpl us
V r w8ing



5.0 rating
March 5, 2018

I put my file in Mon project in 2016 with 8 years experience but till today no response from Quebec



5.0 rating
March 5, 2018

File submitted in 2016 August but NO answer from Quebec



5.0 rating
March 3, 2018

I put my file in Mon project august 2016 . As a staff nurse with 10 years experience. But I don’t get any response from Quebec .



5.0 rating
January 15, 2018

My name is shahzad.over 15 years in sales andc12cyears in coca cola.i will be youching 45 years in may 2018.can i apply for pnp

Syed shazad ali

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