Quebec immigration Arrima draws held on February 10 issues 523 invitations to eligible foreign skilled workers to apply for Canada permanent residency. Quebec invites Nurses, Computer Engineers, Technicians, Designers, and Educators for Quebec Selection Certificate (CSQ).
All the invited candidates had already submitted their Expression of Interest (EOI) under the Quebec Skilled Worker Program. They are required to have profiles in the Arrima system for Quebec immigration with scores of at least 592 points to qualify for this draw.
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Quebec Immigration Draw Review
This is Quebec’s third draw of 2022. In total, the province has invited up to 1,357 candidates to apply for permanent selection in 2022. The latest invitations sent out through Arrima for Quebec Immigration targeted candidates with a valid job offer outside the Montréal Metropolitan area and who work in occupations that are currently in high demand in Quebec.
List of 21 targeted occupations in this draw:
|Other Skilled Work
Quebec invites nurses regularly and attracts Engineers, Designers, Educators, and international students who are in search of better career opportunities. However, Quebec immigration programs are distinct from federal & other provincial immigration programs to obtain Canada permanent residency.
Quebec Invites Nurses for Canada Permanent Residency
Arrima system is a dedicated online portal to submit EOI for Quebec immigration under the Skilled Worker Program. It is modelled after the federal Express Entry system.
Under the new EOI system for Quebec immigration, nurses or interested candidates create a profile in Arrima. Equivalent to the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) in the federal Express Entry system, candidates are ranked in Arrima based on score which is dependent on factors such as their age, education, proficiency in French, area of training, and work experience.
Technically, an EOI is not regarded as an application but is only a way for interested candidates to notify the Government of Quebec that they would like to be considered for the Quebec Selection Certificate (Certificat de sélection du Québec, or CSQ).
Eligible candidates are invited to apply for a CSQ based on either their scores or other factors such as labor shortages in the province’s outlying regions. Those who apply for and receive a CSQ are required to apply for Canada permanent residency through the federal Immigration Ministry that verifies medical and criminal admissibility.
Quebec province in Canada has a huge demand for skilled workers like nurses and international students. Quebec aims to process complete applications within 6 months.
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