Tuesday, 4 December 2012

Canada Immigration - More about Quebec's Immigration

Quebec has such a unique position within Canada that the province of Quebec manages its own immigration program for migrants intending to settle in Quebec.

A summary of Quebec's immigration plan for 2012 to 2015 has been recently published by the ministère de l'Immigration et des Communautés culturelles (MICC), Quebec's immigration department, detailing the province's current immigration goals as follows:
This is an excellent opportunity for potential applicants to apply to settle in the province as the Quebec government has been aggressively trying to recruit new Canadian immigrants to make up for the declining population due to aging problem.
Quebec wants to attract skilled immigrants who wish to work and live in the province through the Canadian Quebec Skilled Worker Program. The government wants not only for their immigrants to speak French, but ideally for them to speak French at home as well. However, there are currently no French requirements for Canadian temporary workers so temporary workers may see better prospects in Quebec with limited knowledge of the language.
The Quebec Skilled Worker visa allows applicants with at least 6 months of work experience to file an application. Candidates must also meet additional requirements, including a points-based assessment, and basic requirements including health and character. This program allows migrants to live and work in any capacity in the province of Quebec and are free to travel anywhere in Canada, and to take employment as they see fit. Migrants may be eligible for Canadian citizenship after the required duration of permanent residence in Canada.
If you are interested in Immigration to Canada, contact Migration Expert for information and advice on which visa is best suited to you. You can also try our visa eligibility assessment to see if you are eligible to apply for a visa to Canada.

1 comment:

  1. Nice blog...It's great help for students who can migrate to canada.Thanks for sharing.

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