The new online portal for the Quebec Skilled Worker Program, known as Arrima, is in service effective September 2018. Candidates who are interested in obtaining Canadian permanent residence through the Quebec Skilled Worker Program (QSWP) can express their interest to the Government of Quebec by creating a profile using Arrima.

As a first step, any candidate that is 18-years or older can submit a profile. Profiles in the bank will receive a score based on factors including work experience, education, language proficiency, financial self-sufficiency, and others. In order to be considered, all profiles will have to meet the minimum required score of two points in education and one point for financial self-sufficiency.

In a second step, profiles that meet the initial requirements must then meet the required cut-off score of 43 points for a grouping of factors called Employability, which is based on the candidate’s score in education, work experience, age, language proficiency, etc. The Employability cut-off score for candidates with spouse is 52.

In the third step, candidates who meet the Employability cut-off score must then meet the minimum threshold under a grouping of factors called Selection, which is a passing score of 50 points (59 with spouse).

The Quebec Immigration selection factors may be summarized as follows:

 

Factors Points
Education Up to 14 points
Area Of Training Up to 12 points
Work Experience Up to 8 points
Age Up to 16 points
Language Proficiency Up to 22 points
Spouse Characteristics Up to 17 points
Presence Of Accompanying Children Up to 8 points
Financial Self-Sufficiency 1 point

It's important to note that meeting the minimum threshold of 50 points under the Selection does not necessarily mean a candidate will be invited to apply for a Quebec Selection Certificate or CSQ. Candidates who are invited to apply for a CSQ will have 90 days to submit their application. Anyone who receives a CSQ can then for permanent residence.

Whereas immigration to other Canadian provinces and territories is managed jointly with Canada's federal government, Quebec’s immigration system is largely independent and only relies on the Government of Canada to approve the candidates it selects for temporary or permanent residence.

Use our service to find out whether you are eligible for a particular country. Fill out the Free Canada Visa Assessment Form. Make sure that all information provided is authentic in order to make a proper assessment.

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