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QUEBEC SKILLED WORKER PROGRAM ELIGIBILITY

Candidates selected under the Québec Skilled Worker Program receive a Quebec Selection Certificate (CSQ) and can therefore apply for a permanent residence permit from the Canadian government. Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) conducts a basic medical and criminal check during the approval process.

To qualify for a CSQ, you must collect enough points based on the Quebec immigration selection criteria described below. Only single (unmarried) candidate must earn at least 50 points according to this system, while a candidate with a spouse or cohabiting partner must earn at least 59 points.

QUEBEC SKILLED WORKER SELECTION FACTORS

The Quebec Immigration selection factors may be summarized as follows:

Factors Points
Education Up to 14 points (Cutoff Score = 2 points)
Area of Training Up to 12 points
Validated Employment Offer Up to 14 points
Work Experience Up to 8 points
Age Up to 16 points
Language Proficiency Up to 22 points
Stay And family in Quebec Up to 8 points
Spouse/Common-law partner Characteristics Up to 17 points
Presence of Accompanying Children Up to 8 points
Financial Self-Sufficiency 1 point

QUEBEC IMMIGRATION - LEVEL OF EDUCATION

The education factor is one of the ten criteria for which points are awarded under the Quebec immigration selection system.

To be eligible for selection, Quebec Skilled Worker Program candidates must, at a minimum, hold a diploma corresponding to a general or vocational high school diploma in the province. Up to 14 points are awarded based on education level factor of the Quebec Skilled Worker Program (QSWP) on the following basis.

Level of Education Points
Secondary school general diploma 2*
Secondary school vocational diploma 6
Postsecondary school general diploma attesting to 2 years of full-time studies 4
Postsecondary school technical diploma attesting to 1–2 years of full-time studies 6
Postsecondary school technical diploma attesting to 3 years of full-time studies 8
Undergraduate diploma attesting to 1 or more years of full-time studies 4
Undergraduate diploma attesting to 2 or more years of full-time studies 6
Undergraduate diploma attesting to 3 or more years of full-time studies 10
Master's Degree 12
Doctorate 14
Maximum 14 Points

QUEBEC IMMIGRATION - AREA OF TRAINING

In order to accumulate points for the training factor under the Quebec Skilled Worker Program, the applicant must have earned a diploma or degree in areas that meet Quebec labor market requirements.

Candidates for the Quebec Skilled Worker Program are awarded points for their individual area of training, or field of study, according to the latest list of Areas of Training published by the Government of Quebec. Generally, the points value assigned to a specific area of study is determined by the needs of the labor market in the province of Quebec.

Area of Training Points
Section A of the areas 12 Points
Section B of the areas 09 Points
Section C of the areas 06 Points
Section D of the areas 02 Points
Section E, F, or G of the areas 00 Points
Maximum 12 Points

To compare your foreign educational credentials to the Quebec education systems, see the following chart.

  • ACS = Attestation of College Studies
  • AVS = Attestation of Vocational Specialization
  • DVS = Diploma of Vocational Studies
  • DCS = Diploma of College Studies (Vocational or technical education programs with a three year duration leading to a diploma of college studies)

Quebec Skilled Worker Program Breakdown Of Points For Each Selection Factor:

Section A:
Principal applicant 12 points
Spouse or common-law partner 4 points
Foreign Degree
1 Actuarial Science (Bach.)
2 Information Management (Bach.)
3 Early Childhood Education Techniques (ACS)
4 Early Childhood Education Techniques (DCS)
5 Restaurant Management (DCS)
6 Visual Orthosis Techniques (DCS)
7 Agriculture Mechanics (DVS)
Section B:
Principal applicant 9 points
Spouse or common-law partner 3 points
Foreign Degree
1 Accounting and Accounting Science (Bach.)
2 Aerospace, Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering (Bach.)
3 Agricultural and Rural Engineering (Bach.)
4 Agriculture (Bach.)
5 Agri-forest Engineering (Master's degree)
6 Applied Mathematics (Bach.)
7 Architecture (Master's degree)
8 Banking and Financial Operations (Bach.)
9Biological and Biomedical Engineering (Bach.)
10Business Administration (Bach.)
11Civil, Construction and Transportation Engineering (Bach.)
12College Level Teacher Training (Master's degree)
13Computer Engineering (Bach.)
14Computer Science (Bach.)
15Cooperation (Master's degree)
16Didactics (The Art of Teaching) (Master's degree)
17Electrical, Electronic and Communications Engineering (Bach.)
18Engineering (Bach.)
19Food Engineering (Bach.)
20Geological Engineering (Bach.)
21Geology or Mineralogy (Bach.)
22Home Economics (Bach.)
23Industrial and Administrative Engineering (Bach.)
24Industrial Relations (Bach.)
25International Business (Bach.)
26Library Science and Records Management (Master's degree)
27Mathematics (Bach.)
28Mechanical Engineering (Bach.)
29Metallurgical and Materials Engineering (Bach.)
30Mining Engineering (Bach.)
31Nuclear Engineering (Master's degree)
32Operational Research (Master's degree)
33Other Health Professions (Doctorate)
34Physiotherapy (Master's degree)
35Preschool Teacher Training (Bach.)
36Psychology (Doctorate)
37Rural and Agricultural Economics (Bach.)
38Social Work (Bach.)
39Specialist Primary and Secondary School Teacher Training (Bach.)
40Speech Language Pathology and Audiology (Bach.)
41Speech Language Pathology and Audiology (Master's degree)
42Teaching at the Preschool and Elementary Levels (Bach.)
43Teaching in Vocational (Secondary) and Technical (College)
44Training of Special Education Teachers (Remedial Education) (Bach.)
45Urban and Land Management Architecture (Master's degree)
46Aerospace Engineering Technology (DCS)
47Avionics (ACS)
48Avionics (DCS)
49Building Systems Technology (DCS)
50Composite Material Processing Techniques (ACS)
51Composite Material Processing Techniques (DCS)
52Computer Science Technology (ACS)
53Computer Science Technology (DCS)
54Dental Hygiene Techniques (DCS)
55Diagnostic Radiology Technology (DCS)
56Environmental Occupational Health and Safety (DCS)
57Furniture and Cabinetmaking Techniques (ACS)
58Furniture and Cabinetmaking Techniques (DCS)
59Geomatics Technology (DCS)
60Insurance and Financial Advisory Services (ACS)
61Insurance and Financial Advisory Services (DCS)
62Mechanical Engineering Technology (DCS)
63Metallurgical Engineering Technology (DCS)
64Mineral Technology (DCS)
65Orthotic and Orthopedic Prosthesis Techniques (DCS)
66Pharmaceutical Production Technology (ACS)
67Pharmaceutical Production Technology (DCS)
68Plastics Technology (DCS)
69Restaurant Management (ACS)
70Special Care Counseling Techniques (ACS)
71Special Care Counseling Techniques (DCS)
72Water Purification (DCS)
73Animal Production Technology (DVS)
74Automated Systems Electromechanics (DVS)
75Automotive Body Repair and Repainting (DVS)
76Boiler making (DVS)
77Carpentry (DVS)
78Computer Support (DVS)
79Construction Equipment Mechanics (DVS)
80Die making (AVS)
81Drilling and Dynamiting (DVS)
82Elevator Mechanics (DVS)
83Field Crops (DVS)
84Fire Protection Mechanics (DVS)
85Flight Dispatch (DVS)
86Heavy Road Equipment Mechanics (DVS)
87Industrial Construction and Maintenance Mechanics (DVS)
88Installation and Maintenance of Security Systems (DVS)
89Installation and Repair of Telecommunications Equipment (DVS)
90Machining Techniques (DVS)
91Maple Syrup Production (DVS)
92Mould Making (AVS)
93Plumbing and Heating (DVS)
94Professional Cooking (DVS)
95Refrigeration (DVS)
96Retail Butchery (DVS)
97Sheet Metal Work (DVS)
98Stationary Engine Mechanics (DVS)
99Tool making (AVS)
100Water Treatment (DVS)
Section C:
Principal applicant 6 points
Spouse or common-law partner 2 points
Foreign Degree
1Architecture (Bach.)
2Business Management and Administration (Bach.)
3Chemical Engineering (Bach.)
4Communications and Journalism (Bach.)
5Community Health and Epidemiology (Master's degree)
6Criminology (Bach.)
7Demography (Master's degree)
8Dietetics and Nutrition (Bach.)
9Earth Sciences (Bach.)
10Energy (Master's degree)
11English, General and Mother Tongue (Bach.)
12Environment (Environmental Quality and Pollution) (Bach.)
13Ethnology and Ethnography (Master's degree)
14Food Sciences and Technology (Bach.)
15French, General and Mother Tongue (Bach.)
16Genetics (Master's degree)
17Geodesy (Surveying) (Bach.)
18Geography (Bach.)
19Graphic Arts (Graphic Communications) (Bach.)
20Health Services Management (Master's degree)
21Human Resources Management (Bach.)
22Hydrology, Water Sciences (Master's degree)
23Landscaping Architecture (Bach.)
24Marketing and Purchasing (Bach.)
25Music (Bach.)
26Natural Resources (Bach.)
27Nursing (Bach.)
28Occupational Therapy (Bach.)
29Occupational Therapy (Master's degree)
30Optometry (Doctorate)
31Pedology and Soil Management and Conservation (Master's degree)
32Physical Engineering (Bach.)
33Physiotherapy (Bach.)
34Plastic Arts (Painting, Drawing, Sculpture) (Bach.)
35Probability and Statistics (Bach.)
36Psychoeducation (Bach.)
37Psychoeducation (Master's degree)
38Psychology (Master's degree)
39Pulp and Paper Engineering (Master's degree)
40Recreology (Bach.)
41School Administration (Master's degree)
42Sexology (Bach.)
43Teaching at the Secondary Level (Bach.)
44Translation (Bach.)
45University Pedagogy (Master's degree)
46Urban Planning (Bach.)
47Urban Studies (Bach.)
48Veterinary Medicine (Doctorate)
49Zootechnics (Master's degree)
50Acupuncture (DCS)
51Adventure Tourism Techniques (ACS)
52Adventure Tourism Techniques (DCS)
53Aerospace Engineering Technology (ACS)
54Aircraft Maintenance Techniques (ACS)
55Aircraft Maintenance Techniques (DCS)
56Animal Health Technology (DCS)
57Animal Production Technology (DCS)
58Architectural Technology (ACS)
59Architectural Technology (DCS)
60Biomedical Laboratory Technology (ACS)
61Building Appraisal and Assessment Technology (ACS)
62Building Appraisal and Assessment Technology (DCS)
63Civil Engineering Technology (DCS)
64Community Recreation Leadership Training Techniques (DCS)
65Computerized Engineering Technology (DCS)
66Denturology Techniques (DCS)
67Dietetic Techniques (DCS)
68Electrotechnology (ACS)
69Electrotechnology (DCS)
70Environmental Occupational Health and Safety (ACS)
71Farm Business Management and Technologies (ACS)
72Farm Business Management and Technologies (DCS)
73Fire Safety (ACS)
74Fire Safety (DCS)
75Food Processing and Quality Technology (ACS)
76Food Processing and Quality Technology (DCS)
77Geomatics Technology (ACS)
78Hearing Aids (DCS)
79Horticultural Production and Environmental Technology (DCS)
80Hotel Management Techniques (ACS)
81Hotel Management Techniques (DCS)
82Industrial Electronics Technology (ACS)
83Industrial Electronics Technology (DCS)
84Industrial Engineering Technology (ACS)
85Industrial Engineering Technology (DCS)
86Industrial Maintenance Technology (DCS)
87Laboratory Technology (DCS)
88Mechanical Engineering Technology (ACS)
89Medical Electrophysiology Techniques (DCS)
90Metallurgical Engineering Technology (ACS)
91Mineral Technology (ACS)
92Multimedia Integration Techniques (ACS)
93Multimedia Integration Techniques (DCS)
94Naval Architecture Technology (DCS)
95Nuclear Medicine Technology (DCS)
96Nursing (DCS)
97Office System Technology (ACS)
98Office System Technology (DCS)
99Ornamental Horticulture Landscaping and Marketing (DCS)
100Paralegal Techniques (ACS)
101Paralegal Techniques (DCS)
102Physiotherapy Technology (DCS)
103Prehospital Emergency Care (DCS)
104Printing Works Management (DCS)
105Radiation Oncology Technology (DCS)
106Respiratory Therapy Techniques (DCS)
107Seafood Processing (DCS)
108Social Research Techniques (DCS)
109Television Production and Postproduction Techniques (DCS)
110Thanatology Techniques (ACS)
111Thanatology Techniques (DCS)
112Water Purification (ACS)
113Youth and Adult Correctional Intervention Techniques (ACS)
114Youth and Adult Correctional Intervention Techniques (DCS)
115Aesthetics (DVS)
116Arboriculture-Pruning (DVS)
117Automobile Mechanics (DVS)
118Cabinet Making (DVS)
119Cable and Circuit Assembly (DVS)
120Commercial and Residential Painting (DVS)
121Construction Machine Operation (DVS)
122Decorative Upholstering (DVS)
123Dental Assistance (DVS)
124Electricity (DVS)
125Flexible Pavement Installation (DVS)
126Food and Beverage Services (DVS)
127Glass Products Assembly and Installation (DVS)
128Hairdressing (DVS)
129Health, Assistance, and Nursing (DVS)
130Home Care Assistance (DVS)
131Horticultural Production (DVS)
132Industrial Drafting (DVS)
133Installation of Electrical Transmission Lines (DVS)
134Insulation (DVS)
135Light-Duty Vehicle Mechanics (DVS)
136Masonry: Bricklaying (DVS)
137Mineral and Metal Processing Machine Operations (DVS)
138Motorized Equipment Sales Representative (DVS)
139Moulding (DVS)
140Moulding Machine Set-up and Operation (DVS)
141Pastry Making (DVS)
142Pharmacy Technical Assistant (DVS)
143Precision Sheet Metal Work (DVS)
144Preparation and Finishing Concrete (DVS)
145Production Equipment Operation (DVS)
146Professional Sales (DVS)
147Pulp and Paper - Operations (DVS)
148Residential and Commercial Drafting (DVS)
149Sawing (DVS)
150Secretarial Studies (DVS)
151Smelting (DVS)
152Travel Consulting and Sales (DVS)
153Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Service Technicians (DVS)
154Welding and Fitting (DVS)

QUEBEC IMMIGRATION - VALIDATED EMPLOYMENT OFFER

The employment factor is one of the ten criteria for which points are awarded under the Quebec immigration selection system.

Up to 14 points are awarded under the Validated Employment Offer selection factor of the Quebec Skilled Worker Program based on where the job is located.

Validated Employment Offer
Criteria Points
Validated employment offer in the metropolitan area of Montreal 8 Points
Validated employment offer outside the metropolitan area of Montreal Upto 14 Points
A Abitibi-Témiscamingue 13
BBas-Saint-Laurent12
CCapitale-Nationale14
DCentre-du-Québec13
EChaudière-Appalaches14
FCôte-Nord12
GEstrie13
HGaspésie10
ILanaudière13
JLaurentides12
KMauricie12
LMontérégie14
MNord-du-Québec 12
NOutaouais13
OSaguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean12
Maximum14 Points

QUEBEC IMMIGRATION - WORK EXPERIENCE

The Work Experience factor is one of the ten criteria for which points are awarded under the Quebec Immigration selection system.

Up to eight points are awarded under the work experience factor of the Quebec Skilled Worker Program.

Experience Points
Less than 6 months 0 point
6 to 11 months 4 points
12 to 23 months 4 points
24 to 35 months 6 points
36 to 47 months 6 points
48 months and over 8 points
Maximum 8 point

Up to eight points are awarded under the work experience factor of the Quebec Skilled Worker Program.

  • Work experience must have been accumulated during the five years preceding the application date in an occupation with a skill level above “D” as defined by the National Occupational Classification (NOC).
  • Work experience includes paid employment on part-time or full-time basis. Work experience acquired during an internship (paid or unpaid) may be counted towards the work experience requirement if the training leads to a diploma being granted.

QUEBEC IMMIGRATION - AGE

The age factor is one of the ten criteria for which points are awarded under the Quebec immigration selection system.

Up to 16 points are awarded for the applicant's age under the Quebec Skilled Worker Program, as follows:

Age Points
18 to 35 years of age16 points
36 years of age14 points
37 years of age12 points
38 years of age10 points
39 years of age8 points
40 years of age6 points
41 years of age4 points
42 years of age2 points
43 years of age0 points
Maximum 16 point

QUEBEC IMMIGRATION - LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY

The Language Proficiency factor for English and French is one of the ten criteria for which points are awarded under the Quebec Immigration selection system.

In order for the applicant to receive points for English or French proficiency, language test results must be submitted.

  • For more information on approved French tests, see Proving French Language Ability (Quebec Skilled Worker Program).
  • For more information on the approved English tests, see Proving English Language Ability.

Up to 22 points are awarded under the Language Proficiency factor of the Quebec Skilled Worker Program on the following basis. An applicant with a spouse or common-law partner can:

French Language proficiency
Maximum 16 Points
English Language proficiency
Skill Beginner (CLB 1-4) Intermediate(CLB 5-8) Advanced (CLB 9-12)
Listening 0 Points 1 Point 2 Points
Reading 0 Points 1 Point 2 Points
Writing 0 Points 1 Point 1 Points
Speaking 0 Points 1 Point 1 Points
Maximum6 Points

QUEBEC IMMIGRATION - STAY AND FAMILY IN QUEBEC

The "Stay and Family in Quebec" factor is one of the ten criteria for which points are awarded under the Quebec immigration selection system.

Up to eight points are awarded under the Stay and Family in Quebec factor of the Quebec Skilled Worker Program on the following basis:

Stay in Quebec
Criteria Points
for studies leading to a vocational training diploma (DEP) or an attestation of college studies (AEC) attesting to a total of 900 to less than 1,800 hours, combined with full-time work experience in Québec, related to the field of training, for a period of at least 6 months following the program of studies5 Points
for studies leading to a vocational training diploma (DEP) or an attestation of college studies (AEC) attesting to 1,800 hours or more, a diploma of college studies (DEC) preuniversity or technical or an undergraduate, graduate or master’s diploma 5 Points
to work, with a work permit of at least 1 year and full-time work experience of 6 months5 Points
Other stay for no less than 2 weeks and not more than 3 months1 Point
Other stay exceeding 3 months2 Points
Maximum5 Points
Family in Quebec
Nature of Relationship Points
Spouse or common-law partner 3 Points
Son or daughter, father or mother, brother or sister3 Points
Grandfather or grandmother3 Points
Uncle or aunt, nephew or niece, cousin0 Points
Maximum3 Points
NOTE: To be awarded points under the Family in Quebec factor of the Quebec Skilled Worker Program, the family member needs to be a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident in Quebec.

QUEBEC IMMIGRATION - SPOUSE OR COMMON-LAW PARTNER'S CHARACTERISTICS

The spouse or common-law partner's characteristics factor is one of the ten criteria for which points are awarded under the Quebec immigration selection system.

Up to 17 points are awarded under the Spouse or Common-law Partner's Characteristics factor of the Quebec Skilled Worker Program on the following basis:

Spouse of Common-law Partner's Education
Education Level Points
Secondary school general diploma1 point
Secondary school vocational diploma 2 points
Postsecondary school general diploma attesting to 2 years of full-time studies1 point
Postsecondary technical diploma attesting to 1 or 2 years of full-time studies2 points
Postsecondary technical diploma attesting to 3 years of full-time studies3 points
Undergraduate diploma attesting to 1 year of full-time studies1 point
Undergraduate diploma attesting to 2 years of full-time studies2 points
Undergraduate diploma attesting to 3 years of full-time studies3 points
Master's degree attesting to 1 or more years of full-time studies4 points
Doctorate4 points
Maximum4 Points
Spouse or Common-law Partner's Area of Training
Area of Training Points
Section A of the areas4 Points
Section B of the areas3 Points
Section C of the areas2 Points
Section D of the areas1 Points
Section E, F or G of the areas1 Point
Maximum4 Points
Spouse or Common-law Partner's Age
Age Points
18 to 35 years of age3 points
36 years of age2 points
37 years of age2 points
38 years of age2 points
39 years of age2 points
40 years of age1 point
41 years of age1 point
42 years of age1 point
43 years of age0 points
Maximum3 Points
Spouse or Common-law Partner's Language Proficiency
French Proficiency Points
Listening2- 3 Points
Speaking2 – 3 Points
Reading0 Points
Writing0 Points
Maximum6 Points
English Proficiency 0 Points

QUEBEC IMMIGRATION - PRESENCE OF ACCOMPANYING CHILDREN

The presence of accompanying children factor is one of the ten criteria for which points are awarded under the Quebec immigration selection system.

Up to eight points are awarded under the Presence of Accompanying Children factor of the Quebec Skilled Worker Program as follows:

Presence of Accompanying Children
Age of Children Points
For each child 12 years of age or younger4 Points
For each child 13 to 21 years of age2 Points
Maximum6 Points

QUEBEC IMMIGRATION - FINANCIAL SELF-SUFFICIENCY

The financial self-sufficiency factor is one of the ten criteria for which points are awarded under the Quebec immigration selection system.

One point is awarded under the financial self-sufficiency factor of the Quebec Skilled Worker Program (QSWP).

Financial Self-Sufficiency
Criteria Points
Submit a contract to prove financial self-sufficiency1 Point
Maximum1 Point

Language test results must be submitted along with immigration applications to be awarded points for language proficiency.

Quebec Skilled Worker Program Processing Times

Processing Times for the Quebec Skilled Worker Program vary from one Canadian Immigration Visa Office to another.

Quebec Skilled Worker Program Processing Fees

Processing fees for the Quebec Skilled Worker Program for 2017 are as follows:

Applicant Fee
Principal ApplicantCAD $785
SpouseCAD $168
Each Dependent ChildCAD $168

QUEBEC IMMIGRATION - MINIMUM FUNDS

Depending on the cost of living, the Government of Quebec will update the minimum amount of settlement funds required that a Quebec immigration applicant intending to reside in Montreal, or another city in the province of Quebec, must have proof of financial autonomy.

The following chart represents the minimum amounts of Quebec immigration settlement funds established by the Government of Quebec.

Number of family members Funds required (CAD)
1 adult$3,135
1 adult and 1 child (under 18 years old)$4,212
1 adult and 2 children (under 18 years old)$4,755
1 adult and 3 children (under 18 years old)$5,297
1 adult and more than 3 children under 18 years old, add$543 per child
1 adult and 1 child (or more) 18 years old or older, add$1,462 per child
2 adults$4,597
2 adults and 1 child (under 18 years old)$5,150
2 adults and 2 children (under 18 years old)$5,558
2 adults and 3 children (under 18 years old)$5,966
2 adults and more than 3 children under 18 years old, add$409 per child
adults and 1 child (or more) 18 years old or older, add$1,462 per child
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