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Quebec has complete autonomy in its immigration process. They have their immigration programs and Quebec Skilled Worker Program (QSWP) is the main source for skilled immigrants to apply for the status of permanent residency in the province. Quebec points calculator is a tool that will help you determine your eligibility for Quebec immigration.

Eligibility criteria for Quebec Skilled Worker Program (QSWP)

  • Need to be below 42 years of age;
  • Must have minimum bachelor’s degree from a recognized educational institution;
  • Need to have at least two years of work experience;
  • Have clear the minimum language proficiency requirement in French or English language;
  • Must demonstrate the intention to settle in the province;
  • Training and skills in the relevant field;

How to apply for the Quebec Skilled Worker Program (QSWP)?

There are two steps to apply for permanent residence in the province of Quebec:

  • Apply to the Quebec provincial government to obtain a Quebec Selection Certificate (CSQ). This certificate will show that the province has chosen its holder for permanent residence in the province.
  • After obtaining the CSQ, the candidate must submit an application for the RP Canada visa to IRCC with the CSQ certificate.

As the federal government’s Express Entry program, the QSWP program is also a points-based immigration program. This allows them to name only immigrants, who have the skills necessary to contribute to the economic development of the province.

If you are applying as a single applicant, you need to get 50 points to be eligible for QSWP. However, in case you’re applying with your spouse or common-law partner you need to score a minimum of 59 points.

Quebec Points Calculator

Through the Quebec Skilled Worker Program (QSWP), Quebec allows immigrants to apply to move to this Canadian province. The Quebec Points Calculator ensures that only the right people are selected under the program to move to Quebec.

You can get a maximum of 120 points in a Quebec points calculator based on the following factors:

  • Education and training
  • Skilled work experience
  • Age
  • Language proficiency in French and English
  • Stay and family in Quebec
  • Spouse or common-law partner characteristics
  • Valid job-offer
  • Financial self-sufficiency
  • Accompanying children

Here is the breakdown of how scores are awarded based on the different selection factors in the Quebec points calculator:

Factors Maximum Points Awarded
Educational Qualification 14
Area of Training 12
Validated Employment Offer 10
Work Experience 8
Age 16
Language Proficiency 22
Quebec Connection 8
Spouse/Common-law partner Characteristics 17
Presence of Accompanying Children 8
Financial Self-Sufficiency 1

Note: It is mandatory to get a single point under the Financial Self-Sufficiency factor.

Education
Level of Education Points Awarded
Secondary School General Diploma 2
Secondary School Vocational Diploma 6
Post-secondary school general diploma (2 years of full-time studies)  4
Post-secondary school technical diploma (1-2 years of full-time studies) 6
Post-secondary school technical diploma (3 years of full-time studies) 8
Undergraduate diploma (1 year of full-time studies) 4
Undergraduate diploma (2 or more year of full-time studies)  6
Undergraduate diploma (3 years of full-time studies) 10
Master’s Degree 12
Doctorate 14
Area of Training
Area of Training Points Awarded
Section A 12
Section B 9
Section C 6
Section D 2
Section E 0
Section F 0
Section G 0
Validated Employment Offer
Criteria Points Awarded
Validated employment offer in the metropolitan area of Montreal 8
Validated employment offer outside of the metropolitan area of Montreal 10
Work Experience
Duration of work experience Points Awarded
Less than 6 months 0
6 months to 1 year 4
1 to 2 year 4
2 to 3 year 6
3 to 4 year 6
More than 4 years 8
Age
Age (In years) Points Awarded
18 to 25 16
36 14
37 12
38 10
39 8
40 6
41 4
42 2
43 0
Language Proficiency

For the French language

Factors Low Beginner (A1) High Beginner (A2) Low Intermediate (B1) High Intermediate (B2) Advanced (C1) Advanced (C2)
Listening 0 0 0 5 6 7
Speaking 0 0 0 5 6 7
Reading 0 0 0 1 1 1
Writing 0 0 0 1 1 1

For the English language

CLB levels Reading Writing Listening Speaking
CLB 1 to CLB 4 (Beginner) 0 0 0 0
CLB 5 to CLB 8 (Intermediate) 1 1 1 1
CLB 9 to CLB 12 (Advanced) 1 1 2 2
Stay and Family in Quebec
Criteria Points
Full-time study or full-time work for 3 months or more  5
Full-time study or full-time work for 6 months or more 5
Participant in the Working Holiday Visa Program, with work experience for 3 months or more 5
Other stays for no less than 2 weeks and not more 3 months 1
Other stay exceeding 3 months  2
Family in Quebe
Nature of relationship Points
Spouse 3
Son or daughter, father or mother, brother or sister 3
Grandfather or Grandmother 3
Uncle or aunt, nephew or niece, cousin 0
Spouse/Common-law partner Characteristics

Education Level

Educational Qualification Points Awarded
Secondary School General Diploma 1
Secondary School Vocational Diploma 2
Post-secondary school general diploma (2 years of full-time studies)  1
Post-secondary school technical diploma (1-2 years of full-time studies) 2
Post-secondary school technical diploma (3 years of full-time studies) 3
Undergraduate diploma (1 year of full-time studies) 1
Undergraduate diploma (2 or more year of full-time studies)  2
Undergraduate diploma (3 years of full-time studies) 3
Master’s Degree 4
Doctorate 4
Area of Training
Area of Training Points Awarded
Section A 4
Section B 3
Section C 2
Section D 1
Section E, F or G 0
Spouse’s Age
Age (In years) Points Awarded
18-35 3
36 2
37 2
38 2
39 2
40 1
41 1
42 1
43 or more 0
Spouse’s French Language Proficiency
French Proficiency Points Awarded
Oral Interaction 0-6
Written Comprehension 0

Presence of Accompanying Children

Age of ChildrenPoints AwardedFor each child 12 years of age or younger 4 For each child 13 to 19 years of age2

What is the processing time and cost for Quebec Skilled Worker Program (QSWP)?

Following a series of changes to Quebec’s skilled worker program, Quebec immigration authorities no longer publish processing times for the regular skilled worker program. However, for the Quebec Experience Program (PEQ), MIFI announced a target processing time of 6 months.

IRCC processing times are projected based on the number of requests awaiting processing and the speed with which they plan to process them: 15 to 17 months

The fee for QSWP are as follows:

  • CAD 825
  • Secondary applicant – CAD 225
  • Dependent child – CAD 225 (per child)

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