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Quebec implements a new immigration score system

In the Arima expression of interest pool, Quebec has implemented a new scoring system to rate the profiles of immigration prospects. There are a total of 1,320 points available, with 580 points for human capital variables and 740 points for characteristics connected to Quebec’s labor market needs.

French language proficiency, bilingual ability, age, work experience, and education are among the human capital characterizes. 

Work experience in a field where there is a scarcity, education in Quebec, work experience in the rest of Canada, and job opportunities both inside and outside the Greater Montreal area is among the labor market determinants. 

The last criterion bears a lot of weight because job offers outside of the Montreal metropolitan area might be valued up to 380 points, whilst offers in Montreal only get 180. In addition, under many of the examined criteria, points can be earned by the principal applicant’s spouse or common-law partner.

According to information received by CIC News, the Quebec immigration department is preparing to send out the first batch of invites via Arrima, based on the new expression of interest scoring system.

According to the press release, the new rating system intends to improve the utilization of the pool by allowing “a prior classification of candidates for immigration, based on their individual profile and background.”

The number of invitations to apply for permanent selection in a particular year may be issued based on this new ranking method, commencing with the highest-ranked candidates, based on the information provided by the province. If two candidates have the same score, they will be sorted based on the date and time their expression of interest profile was submitted.

The government expects to be able to use Quebec Selection Certificates (CSQs) within six months of receiving complete applications thanks to this new scoring methodology. Individuals who earn a CSQ can subsequently apply to the federal government for permanent residency

In Quebec, how to apply for permanent selection?

Candidates aged 18 and up who wish to immigrate to Quebec under the Regular Skilled Worker Program must first create an Expression of Interest (EI) profile in the Arrima pool, a point-based application management system. Candidates will be given a score based on variables such as human capital and the baler market in Quebec, as determined by the newly implemented point system.

Invitation rounds will be held by the Ministère de l’Immigration, de la Francisation et de l’Intégration (MIFI), with the most qualified and highest-scoring individuals being invited to apply for permanent selection. 

Those who have been asked to apply for permanent selection usually have limited time to complete an immigration application, pay the needed costs, and show all other necessary documents. Eligible candidates will obtain their CSQ, which is a needed certificate in Quebec that certifies that they have been accepted for permanent selection by the province.

Those who get a CSQ can subsequently apply to the Canadian federal government for permanent residence. They will next be subjected to a medical examination as well as a criminal admissibility check.

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Ravi Patel

Ravi Patel

To say it in the most sardonic way possible, I am least skilled as an engineer and instill a myopic view of all the experiences I have anticipated so far. However, I stir the pot, colors from which come surging forth as I choose to describe myself as an artist. Here's hoping to diversify my awareness from that cleft beyond writing.

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