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Posted on April 05 2022

Quebec to offer open work permits to immigration candidates with Quebec selection certificates

By  Editor
Updated October 27 2023
Foreign skilled workers who have Quebec Selection Certificates can get the work permits so that they can wait for the final decision on their permanent residency in Ottawa. The expanded International Mobility Program, also termed as IMP+, work permit will be given to 7,000 workers by IRCC. These workers will be given the permission to work in Quebec and wait for the decision of their permanent residence. Highlights
  • Foreign workers having Quebec Selection Certificate can work in Quebec and wait for permanent residence.
  • 7,000 workers will be invited annually.
  • IMP+ will help in reducing the problem of labor shortage.
*Check your eligibility to migrate to Quebec through Y-Axis Quebec Immigration Points Calculator. Quebec hopes to reduce labor shortage program Quebec has a hope that introduction to the IMP+ program will help in reducing the problem of labor shortage. This will also help in the growth of the economy of Quebec. The province also has the plans of exempting the employers to perform LMIA in the process of hiring temporary workers. Employers in Quebec will be able to arrange plane tickets, medical insurance, and housing facilities for the invited workers. Looking to Migrate to Quebec from Australia? Talk to Y-Axis Australia, the leading migration consultant agency in Australia. If you found this blog engaging, you may also like… Ontario invited 618 candidates on March 30th under three streams


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