Quebec Skilled Worker's FAQ's
QWSP is a program intended for those skilled workers who wish to settle in the province of Quebec. The candidates can submit their application via online platform known as the mon project. Successful applicants under the skilled worker program are issued with Quebec selection certificate which is required before you apply for a permanent residency.
Mon project is an online system which is used for receiving application online for QSWP. Candidates who wish to apply for QSWP must first register for an account on Mon project Quebec and must completed the application profile.
Processing time depends on the applicant’s country of residence and are liable to change. It is important to note that the processing times at the federal stage are not included in this estimate.
Candidates who wish to migrate to Quebec under QSWP are assessed based on a point system, where candidates are evaluated based on a range factors such as education, work experience, languages knowledge, family situation, etc. The applicants must score minimum of 49 points for single applicant and if the spouse or common-law partner are included in application then one must score a minimum of 57 points.
No. Potential applicants who wish to migrate to Quebec under QSWP must first create an account in the secure online space Mon project Québec. This is currently the only way for a candidate to apply for QSWP.
An applicant for QSWP can include his or her spouse or common law partner on the application, as well as any dependent children aged 18 or younger.
Possibly. Candidates for CSQ are assessed based on a points system and those who meet the selection points requirements without the knowledge of French then, he or she may still be granted the CSQ.
Probably. The selection is a point based assessment and if a candidate meets the selection points requirements without providing results of an IELTS English test, he or she may still be granted the CSQ.
No. If the submitted test results are valid on the date of submission (i.e. the test was taken within the two years preceding the date of application), then the results are locked in for the duration of the processing time.
Any change in address must be declared to the MIDI. If a candidate moves to a country with a shorter estimated processing time, he or she can request a transfer of the territory treating the application.
No. While other immigration programs accept educational credential assessments such as World Education Services (WES) to prove diploma equivalency, the MIDI does not recognize these credential assessments. Certified true copies of diplomas and transcripts are currently the required documents to prove an applicant’s educational credentials.
Quebec aims at selecting immigrants who wish to settle within the province. Candidates are required to obtain CSQ to immigrate to Quebec. Once this is submitted, candidate’s qualifications are assessed at provincial level. After receiving the CSQ candidates are required to submit the application at the federal level for medical and security checks. Once medical and security checks have been cleared, the candidate is now entitled to obtain a permanent residence.
Most of our clients only need an average of 5.0 or higher in all 4 categories.