Quebec held a fresh draw in accordance with the Arrima Expression of Interest (EOI) protocol on May 5.
30 candidates for Canada immigration who had received a job offer from a business outside the Montreal Metropolitan Area were invited to participate in this Quebec immigration draw.
The points system used for the Quebec Expression of Interest had no minimum score requirement.
The Quebec Skilled Worker Program’s targeted applicants who got invitations now have 60 days to complete a comprehensive application.
What is the process for the Quebec Expression of Interest (EOI)?
The EOI in Quebec is a 5-step procedure:
- Use Arima to submit an online Expression of Interest profile.
- Step two involves posting profiles in the EOI pool, where they are compared to one another using a point system. The EOI pool’s profiles are valid for 12 months.
- Periodic draws are used to choose the top-scoring applicants for a Quebec Certificate of Selection (CSQ) under the Quebec Skilled Worker Program.
- Applicants who are awarded an invitation to apply have 60 days to finish their applications.
- After receiving approval and receiving a CSQ, candidates may apply to Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) for permanent residence in Canada.
Expression of Interest Points System in Quebec
The highest-ranking individuals are asked to apply for Quebec immigration through the Quebec Skilled Worker Program. Quebec’s Expression of Interest points system rates profiles submitted under the Arrima to the Expression of Interest (QSWP).
For single candidates, a minimum cutoff score of 50 points, and for couples, a minimum cutoff score of 59 points, is required to apply for the Quebec Canada Immigration Skilled Worker Program.
The Quebec Skilled Worker Program is intended for skilled workers who have a higher chance of becoming economically established in the province. The QSWP is well-liked among professionals and graduates from other countries who want to immigrate permanently to Quebec.