Quebec Immigration Assessment:
Quebec, without a doubt, is gradually turning out to be a favorite immigration place for people around the world. The Canadian province has within it a huge number of benefits for its immigrants. Though there are a number of immigration programs that Quebec has to offer, an individual should go under the process of Quebec Immigration Assessment to know the detailed procedures of how to migrate to Quebec.
What is Quebec Immigration Assessment?
Immigrating to a different country requires a lot of procedures to be followed and requirements to be met. An individual, before migrating to Quebec, should know under which program he/she is capable to migrate. Under the Quebec Immigration Assessment, we collect the client’s information, assess the details and assist the client and make him/her understand what they have to do further in order to migrate to Quebec.
Quebec Immigration Assessment Categories:
1. Skilled Labour Class: –
An individual should be able to migrate to Quebec under the Quebec Skilled Worker Program if he/she meets the requirements. Once the applicant meets the requirements, he/she has to obtain a Quebec Selection Certificate in order to migrate to Quebec. Obtaining a Quebec Selection Certificate is the first step to migrate to Quebec.
2. Quebec Business Immigration: –
An individual can migrate to Quebec with the intention to settle down and start up a new business or acquire an existing business. The individual must have a high net worth obtained legally and should be a part of the business management.
3. Family Class Sponsorship: –
Canadian Permanent Residents who are aged above 18 become eligible to sponsor their family members & relatives which includes spouse, dependent children & more who lives outside the country. The bottom line is relatives of Canadian PR holders get to migrate to Canada under the Family Class Sponsorship Program.
4. Trade Worker Immigration: –
Individuals who wish to become a part of a trade job in a Canadian province will also be processed under the Federal Skills Trade Program. The Trade Worker Immigration Program is applicable for Quebec Immigration and eligible candidates will get a chance to immigrate & settle in Quebec.
5. Work Visa: –
Canadian Employers in order to employ an individual from other nations should first obtain an option regarding the Canadian Labour Market from the Human Resources and Skills Development. An immigrant can work in Quebec only if the HSRDC grants permission. Likewise, an individual who has received an employment offer from an employer is required to get approval from the HSRDC to immigrate.
What We Do Under the Quebec Immigration Assessment Process:
Quebec is a province that has a specific set of immigration rules that no other Canadian province follows. We make sure that we assess the details and help the applicant immigrate to Quebec provided he/she meets all the eligibility requirements.
- We collect client’s details and check whether he/she is eligible to migrate to Quebec.
- We make sure that we understand the motive and interests of the client to migrate to Quebec and offer personalized advice as to what is good and what is not.
- We help the client do the necessary procedures to obtain a Quebec Selection Certificate because obtaining a CSQ is the first step to migrate to Canada.
- On receiving the Quebec Selection Certificate, we further assist with the pre and post-departure procedures.
- We also help in obtaining a Canadian PR Visa provided the applicant fulfills all the necessary conditions.
To know more about Quebec Immigration or to get a free Quebec Immigration Assessment, get in touch with our team of immigration experts.
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