What is Quebec immigration assessment?

  • The Quebec immigration assessment of an applicant varies as per the category of the applicant, such as a skilled worker can be processed under four distinct categories federal skilled worker class, province skilled worker class, province nominee class, and Canada experience class.
  • Apart from that there is also a point system which determines the eligibility of a candidate for the immigration to Quebec.
  • Candidates can obtain a permanent residence provided they fulfill the eligibility criteria for that particular category and can establish themselves in Quebec.

Quebec Migration assessment categories

Skilled Labor Class

  • Candidates who hold a professional degree and hold different skills and abilities relevant to their field of study are assessed under this program.
  • This program has four different criteria which are: federal skilled worker class, province skilled worker class, province nominee class, and Canada experience class.

Business Immigration

  • Applicants who wish to migrate to Quebec for business or for investing in a business are assessed under investor class and the entrepreneur class.
  • It is widely identified as the person with high personal net worth who can able to control the business and eligible to manage the employees for full-time in government or private departments.
  • The business candidate can be a self-employed person involved in the artistic, cultural, athletic or farming life of Canada.

Family Class Sponsorship

  • The permanent residents of Canada who are above eighteen years of age and are capable to sponsor their family members or relatives including spouse, same-sex partners or common-law, dependent children outside of Canada interested in becoming a permanent resident in Canada are assessed under this class.

Trade worker immigration

  • The applicants who desire to become a part of trade job in Canada are processed by federal skills trade program which accepts the applicants through federal skill trade program.
  • It is processed in a quota based system which intakes three thousand applicants per year through sub-quotas with forty-three qualifications.

Work Visa

  • Canadian employers who wish to employ a foreign national in Canada must obtain the opinion of Canadian labor market from the human resource and skills development Canada.
  • People who have received an employment offer from the Canadian employer are required to get HRSDC approval and should undergo the assessment process.