Quebec Skilled Immigration Program; MonProject

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Mon projet Qu├ębec: Online submissions for Quebec Permanent Residence under Skilled worker program

Reference Documents:

Area of training document

Single Applicant Worksheet

Married/Common law applicant Worksheet

The Mon Project Quebec is an online application portal for Quebec Immigration and it is modelled similar to the Federal Express Entry platform with differences of course. This project allows applications to be accepted online and the program is currently operational only for Skilled worker program for international applications. The Mon Project Quebec accepts Skilled worker applications for Quebec Permanent Residence applications and issues Quebec Selection Certificates to successful candidates.

The first Mon project selection is based on a points system and the points awarded:

If you are single, you need a minimum of 49 points and if you are married or with common-law, you need 57 points to qualify

Other factors influencing points are

  • Education
  • Work Experience
  • Age
  • Language Proficiency
  • Validated Employment Offer
  • Financial Self-Sufficiency
  • Stay and Family in Quebec
  • Spouse/Common-law partner’s Age
  • Spouse/Common-law partner’s French Language Proficiency
  • Children

 

Now let us talk one by one, and the first one is Education which gives you a maximum of 30 points, Education has 2 separate sections,

  • Maximum points for Level of Education is 14 points. I have displayed here a chart enlisting the level of education and the corresponding points. Please view the chart in the video. Please note down your points or use the worksheet and write it down so that you can add up the total once you complete this video. At any time you want to pause to look at charts or write down, please press the pause button.
  • Maximum points for Area of Training is 16 points. The diploma/degree must have been awarded within the five years preceding the application for a CSQ or the candidate must have legally practiced for at least one year, during the five years preceding the application for a CSQ, a profession directly related to the diploma/degree obtained and for which he or she is being assessed. The points for each Area of training is provided in a pdf document, please review the document and match your profession with the one listed in the pdf document.

 

The second section is points for Work Experience and the maximum for Work experience is 8 points, and here is the chart. Please view the chart in the video

The third section is points for Age, and the maximum points is 16, please review this chart and note the points corresponding to your age. Please view the chart in the video

The Fourth section is points for Language proficiency. This section is divided into two, one is points for Proficiency in French and the second is Proficiency in English. This is the chart for French Proficiency, Please view the chart in the video. Please note down the points corresponding to your Proficiency level. Now, this is the chart for proficiency in English, Please view the chart in the video. Please click the pause button, compare your proficiency level and note down the points.

The fifth section is points for a Validated Employment Offer and the maximum is 10 points. If you Employment offer is for a job within the Montreal Metro area, the points awarded is 6 points and if the Employment offer is for a job outside Montreal Metro, the points awarded is 10 points.

The sixth section is points for Financial Self-sufficiency and the maximum is 1 point. If you sign a financial autonomy contract, you will be awarded this point and the contract you need to sign is mandatory.

The Seventh section awards points for links with Quebec and the maximum is 8 points and has two parts. The first part covers your time in Quebec and the maximum points is 5 points. Here points are awarded based on the time you spent in the province of Quebec and the purpose of your visit. Please view the chart in the video. This chart is self-explanatory and if you have spent time in Quebec, please match the points corresponding to your situation and write it down. The Second part provides points for family in Quebec and the maximum points awarded is 3 points and this chart explains this part. Please view the chart in the video. If you have a relative in Quebec, please pause, write down the points corresponding to your situation and proceed,

The eighth section is for married individuals or common-law individuals and covers spouses Education Area and Training. Maximum is 4 points. This can be viewed in the pdf document.

The ninth section is for married individuals or common-law individuals and covers points for age of spouse. This chart illustrates the points. Please view the chart in the video

The tenth section is for language proficiency of spouse and the maximum points for this section is 6 points. Please view the chart in the video

The eleventh section is for applicants with children. Quebec Immigration awards points if you have children. For each child 12 years or below in age, you earn 4 points and for each child 13 to 21 you earn 2 points.

I have also provided here a chart showing the Financial Self Sufficiency amount which you need to demonstrate when applying for Quebec Skilled. Please view the chart in the video.

This video shows you in entirety about the points system for Quebec Skilled for the 2016 intake. I will be coming out with more videos on the approach to application shortly, please click on the subscribe button to be updated on the new videos.

I am not a Quebec counsel, however, when you sign up with Polinsys, you will be represented by high profile Quebec Authorized Representatives, authorized by the Government of Quebec. If you are keen on being represented, please email support@polinsys.com.

I hope this video has provided you with the information you are looking for. If you need more information, please feel free to post your questions on my blog reportersreport.com

Watch the video on my blog: http://reportersreport.com/monproject

Watch the video in French: http://reportersreport.com/monprojectFRENCH

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