The Skilled Worker Program of Quebec is designed to attract international skilled people to work and settle in the Canadian province. Quebec requires every skilled Worker applicants to meet a number of prerequisites before they are allowed to enter the province and live there. To qualify for the Quebec immigration selection system under the Skilled Worker Program, applicants are also required to undergo a points-based assessment. Let’s have a look at the factors considered for the assessment:
First, have a look at the employability factors that are taken into account for the points-based assessment:
- The age of the applicants
- The amount of experience the applicants hold
- The level of education/qualifications
- The level of training
- Applicant’s language skills, on the province’s official languages, French and English
- Employment offers that the applicants receive from Quebec employers
- Applicants’ connection to Canadian citizens or permanent residents of Quebec
The other factors considered for the assessment include:
- Applicant’s financial status, as in if they have the sufficient funds to support themselves and their families in the province for the first 3 months
- The number of children accompanying the applicants
- Applicants’ adaptability that is their knowledge of the province and preparation of the immigration project.
To learn more about the Skilled Worker Program of the Quebec Immigration Selection System, contact an Immigration and Visa Consultant!