Quebec Lowers Pass Mark for Canadian Immigration through Skilled Worker Program

In a move that has been welcomed by current and potential candidates for Canadian permanent residence through the Quebec Skilled Worker Program (QSWP), the government of Quebec has this month lowered the pass mark required to obtain a Quebec Selection Certificate (CSQ) and, at the same time, removed the ‘adaptability’ factor from the points-based program.

The major consequence of this change is that one of the thresholds (the adaptability interview) that previously had to be met by most applicants in order for them to proceed with an application for Canadian permanent residence through the QSWP has been removed. While the program is currently not open to new applicants, an announcement date for the next application cycle is expected before the end of 2015.

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Source: CICNews

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