The Quebec immigration conducted a new draw through the Arrima Expression of Interest system, which sent out 33 invitations to the Canadian immigration candidates.
The draw from April 7th is directly aimed at the candidates who have the job offer ready from an employer outside the area of Montreal metropolitan. Quebec’s Expression of Interest points system did not require any minimum score.
The immigration candidates who are to be invited have 60 days to submit the entire application to the Quebec Skilled Worker Program.
Quebec Expression Of Interest Draws 2022:
|Date of invitations||Invites Issued||Minimum Score||Date of extraction from Arrima bank|
|Apr 7, 2022||33||–||April 3, 2022, 6.30am|
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Let’s look into how the Quebec Expression of Interest Works
- The immigration candidates submit an expression of interest profile online through Arrima.
- The Expression of Interest pool profiles is ranked using a points system against each other with 12 months of validity.
- The candidates with the highest rank are invited to apply for a Certificate of Selection under the Quebec Skilled Worker Program category through the draws conducted periodically.
- Candidates who are invited have 60 days to apply.
- The immigration candidates who receive the approval and certificate of nomination (CSQ) can apply to the federal government for permanent residence in Canada.
The Quebec Expression of Interest points system
The Quebec Expression of Interest points system is used to rank the submitted profiles of the immigration candidates through the Arrima to the Expression of Interest bank. The shapes are rated the highest on the list of applications for Quebec Immigration under the Quebec skilled Worker Program.
The immigration candidates and their spouses/common-law partners can rank up to 1,320 points depending on the labor market and human capital factors.
The requirements for Quebec Expression of Interest
This system involves the points under two categories, with some issues for the spouse/common-law partner of the primary candidate.
The human capital factors are:
- French and English combined
- French language ability
- Work experience
The Quebec labor market factors are:
- Level of Quebec education
- Professional experience in the remaining parts of Canada
- Work experience in a stream with labor shortages
- Job opportunities inside or out of the Greater Montreal
- Qualifications in one of Quebec’s areas of training
- Professional experience in Quebec
Quebec, the largest province of Canada, publishes lists of training areas and high in-demand occupations that weigh substantially in the assessment.
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