Quebec immigration held its fifth draw of 2021 through the Arrima Expression of Interest system.

Quebec invited 69 immigration candidates to apply for permanent selection on June 17.

Details of this latest round of invitations have been released today.

The Ministère de l’Immigration, de la Francisation et de l’Intégration (MIFI) invited candidates under the Regular Skilled Worker Program (RSWP) who had filed an Expression of Interest (EOI) in Quebec’s online registration portal, Arrima.

An EOI is not an application. It is a way for candidates to notify Quebec’s Ministry of Immigration that they would like to be considered for a Quebec Selection Certificate or CSQ. When they receive a CSQ candidates can apply for permanent residence with the federal government.

Those who were invited in this most recent round of invitations also needed to have a validated job offer.

This new draw is the fifth of the year held by Quebec. Since the beginning of the year, the province has been conducting rounds of invitations on a monthly basis. A total of 545 candidates have now been invited to apply for permanent selection by the province in 2021.

Quebec’s immigration programs are managed by the province based on selection criteria and processes that are distinct from Canada’s immigration programs.

 

If you received an invitation to apply for a Quebec Selection Certificate, you may email info@hmgimmigration.com to learn about the next steps regarding your application.

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