Quebec immigration has conducted the largest draw and invited 523 candidates. The candidates have been invited through the Arrima Expression of Interest system. The draw was conducted on February 10, 2022, in which the minimum score was set at 592. This score belongs to Quebec Expression of Interest points. The maximum of available points is 1,320. The target of the draw is the skilled candidates who can belong to any one of the 21 National Occupational Classification or NOC codes.
Quebec Arrima Expression of Interest draw 2022
|Date||Number of candidates invited||Minimum score|
|February 10, 2022||523||592|
|January 27, 2022||322||647|
|January 13, 2022||512||602|
Highlights of the Quebec Arrima Draw
- Minimum score required in this draw is 592
- 523 candidates invited
- 21 National Occupational Classificationcodes
About Arrima Draw
Arrima draw has been made for those candidates who want to migrate to Quebec. People need to fill an express of interest form, and they have to obtain a good score through a self-assessment tool which is available only in the French language.
The Ministère has to review the bank of expression of interest, and if any candidate meets the criteria, an invitation is sent to him or her. The selected individuals have to pay a fee and can apply for permanent residence in Quebec. Selection grid is used to evaluate the applications.
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Eligibility criteria for Arrima
The main factor that is considered for this Arrima draw is a valid occupation offer. This occupation offer will help the candidate to get a Quebec Selection Certificate. The candidate will also be able to apply for permanent residency in Canada. Other factors required for the eligibility are listed below.
- Work experience
- Age which should be 18 or more
- Previous visits
- Number of children
- Financial situation
- If spouse is accompanying
- Relationship with Canadian citizens
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