The Canadian province of Quebec has received a total of new 5,000 applications for immigration the morning of Tuesday, August 16, 2016. These applications were made under the Quebec Skilled Worker Program (QSWP), which has now reached its upper limit on applications.
Individuals submit application for a Quebec Selection Certificate, otherwise known as a CSQ, through the Mon Project Quebec, which is an online intake management system. The popular Canadian immigration program (QSWP) combined with Mon Project Quebec strives to make the immigration process of skilled workers an easy victory. The Applications have to be submitted during the designated intake period as announced by the Canadian authorities.
According to a first-come, first-served program, only the first 5000 applications submitted through the Mon Project Quebec were approved for further processing and the rest were rejected. The intake of applications filled within five hours from the inception period of application submission. As the system only received authentic and complete application profiles, Individuals with practical knowledge and who prepared well in advance were best suited to submit an application fruitfully.
Quebec’s Ministère de l’Immigration, de la Diversité et de l’Inclusion (Ministry of Immigration, Diversity, and Inclusion, or MIDI) announced that the intake overall cap of 10,000 applications for the period of April 1, 2016 to March 31, 2017 had been completed.
Aging population is a major issue that Quebec has been dealing with, just like the whole west. In order to decline the effect of this, Quebec has made a confident step towards accepting more applications for Quebec Skilled Worker program, thereby welcoming talented individuals and families who wish to immigrate to Quebec.