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322 Nominations issued in Latest Quebec Arrima Draw

Published Date: 2nd February 2022

The invitations were issued by the Ministère de l’Immigration, de la Francisation et de l’Intégration (MIFI) under the Quebec Regular Skilled Worker Program (QSWP).

Quebec held its latest round of nominations conducting a draw on 27th January 2022. Invitations were issued to 322 candidates who submitted Expression of Interest in the Arrima Pool. Other than inviting candidates who already had a profile in the Arrima Pool this latest draw also considered candidates who had a valid job offer outside the Montréal Metropolitan area. The cutoff score that the applicants were required to have on the Comprehensive Ranking System was 647 points.

Quebec’s Arrima Draw is currently aimed at inviting the following people:

  • People who wish to migrate to the province under Regular Skilled Worker Program, Quebec Experience Program, Permanent Immigration Pilot Program, and International Student Program
  • Individuals that can benefit from Accompagnement Quebec
  • Spokesperson who want to sponsor a foreign national refugee through the pathway of Refugees Abroad (Collective Sponsorship)
  • Quebec Businesses
  • Immigration Representatives

Quebec Regular Skilled Worker Program

This program is specifically designed for candidates who wish to establish themselves permanently in the province. International graduates and skilled workers make up a huge part of this program.

Criteria of Selection

  • Must have the training and professional skills
  • Language Proficiency
  • Age
  • Characteristics of Spouse
  • Presence of Children
Processing time for applications under this program is usually 6 months starting the day when you successfully submit your application, documentation and pay the fee.

Application Fee

Principal applicant


Spouse or common-law partner


Each dependent child



After fulfilling all the requirements of application you have to wait to receive a Quebec Selection Certificate or Certificat de sélection du Québec (CSQ) which you can use later to apply for permanent residence to Canadian Federal Government.