In a recently conducted Arrima draw, Quebec invited 33 candidates with job offers to submit an application for permanent selection. In addition, it will further help the candidates obtain a CSQ (Québec Selection Certificate) within six months. This 6-month timeframe begins when all of the information needed to complete your application (forms and papers) is received and added to your file.
This draw was conducted on 11th November 2021 by the Minister of Immigration, Francization and Integration (MIFI), inviting candidates with a job offer outside the Montreal Metropolitan area. Also, these candidates should be able to contribute at a high level towards the prosperity of the Quebec region.
Talking about the previous draws in 2021, Quebec invited the highest number of candidates, i.e., 585 in August, and the lowest number of candidates were invited in the last month, i.e., 23 candidates.
These individuals can then submit an application for permanent residence to the Government of Canada.
If all the draws since 12th August have to be taken into account, Quebec has invited 2711 individuals. Further, the candidates are required to submit their applications under the Quebec Skilled Worker program within 60 days.
All about the new Arrima draw and Quebec Skilled worker Program
Arrima is Quebec's online portal for accepting applications under the Quebec Skilled Worker Program. This skilled worker program is for those candidates who want to contribute economically to the Quebec province.
This program provides an opportunity for skilled workers and international graduates to apply for a permanent selection.
This program not only boosts the overall economic prospects of a particular region but also helps maintain Canada's stability and continuous growth. In addition, it keeps a check on the labour shortages in a particular province and at a national level.
Keeping all these factors in mind, Canada immigration has been working continuously to provide an improved and quicker immigration process.
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