Quebec Skilled Worker Program update

Quebec is starting with its new Expression of Interest system, which will accept profiles of eligible Quebec Skilled Worker Program candidates. The new Expression of Interest (EOI) system will replace Quebec’s current first-come, first-served application process for its Quebec Skilled Worker Program (QSWP). The new regulations come into force from August 2, anyone interested in the QSWP […]

Entrepreneur Start-Up Visa

If you have the skills and potential to build innovative businesses in Canada then Canada’s Start-up Visa Program is the right choice. Successful applicants link with private sector organizations in Canada, where they can receive funding, guidance and expertise in opening and operating their enterprise in Canada. Best reasons why Canada should be your ultimate business destination:[…..]

Quebec Entrepreneur Program

Quebec Entrepreneur Program To be eligible for this program, you must: have net assets of at least C$300,000 that have been legally obtained with, where applicable, your married or common-law spouse provided he or she is accompanying you. have at least two years’ experience in running a business acquired during the five years preceding the date you submitted your[…..]

Quebec Investor Program

The Quebec Immigrant Investor Program allows investors to obtain Canadian permanent residence by investing CAD$800,000 risk-free through an approved financial intermediary or by financing that investment.  Note: The maximum number of applications that may be received for the upcoming application cycle is set at 1,900, of which up to 1,330 applications may be accepted from national of the People’s Republic of China, including[…..]

Quebec Immigration Minister Proposes Expression of Interest System

January 18, 2016 may be the last time Quebec uses first-come, first-served Skilled Worker Program for Canadian immigration On December 2, 2015, Quebec Immigration Minister Kathleen Weil proposed a new bill (Bill 77) to Quebec’s National assembly. Bill 77 proposes reforms to the current immigration laws. If adopted, the draft law would make it possible to implement[…..]