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Quebec certificate of selection info, Montreal consultant for a CSQ certificate

Quebec Certificate of Selection (Certificat de Selection du Quebec)
Immigration Consultants in Montreal, Quebec, Canada

The Canadian Immigration Council is a firm based in the city of Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It is one of the most reputable and also one of the oldest Canadian immigration consulting firms that specialize in Canadian immigration law. The Canadian Immigration Council focuses on all areas of immigration law including Canadian citizenship applications, landed immigrant applications, work permit applications, student visa applications and permanent resident applications. We also provide a wide array of immigration litigation services through our immigration professionals’ network which includes business advisors, paralegals, regulated immigration consultants, accountants, lawyers as well as specialists in a wide variety of fields.

The Canadian Immigration Council has been voted     the best immigration consultants firm by the widely respected Leger & Leger group for three consecutive years for helping potential immigrants worldwide achieve their dream of immigrating to Canada and in offering excellent immigration services.

Quebec Certificate of Selection (CSQ)

The Quebec Selection Certificate (CSQ) is a document issued by Quebec Immigration authorities (Immigration et Communautés culturelles) indicating that the person designated on the certificate has been selected to reside within the territory of the Province of Quebec. The CSQ is not a Canada Immigration (Permanent Resident) Visa and cannot be utilized for entry into Canada.

Reception of the Quebec Certificate of Selection Application

The Ministère de l'Immigration et Communautés Culturelles (MICC) verifies if the prospective immigrant can file an application for a Quebec Selection Certificate (CSQ – Certificat de selection du Quebec) in accordance with the rules, if all required documents are included in your application and if it is eligible for priority processing. An application is eligible for priority processing if:

An acknowledgment of receipt is sent to you in order to confirm reception of a complete Quebec Certificate of Selection (Certificat de Selection du Quebec) application and will indicate if your application will be prioritized. The file will be returned to you if your application cannot be considered.

Examination of the Quebec Selection Certificate Application

The Certificate of Selection of Quebec application is examined in accordance with regulations. One of three decisions is made once the Quebec Selection Certificate application has been assessed:

 

 

During the interview, the immigration counsellor will review the information that is provided in the application for a Quebec Selection Certificate. The counsellor will also ask questions in order to assess the viability of your immigration plans. This evaluation will primarily focus on your knowledge of the province of Quebec and the steps you have taken as well as your personal suitability in regards to your professional activities.

Quebec Selection Certificate Interview Process

During the selection interview, it is a good time to talk about your immigration plan with the counsellor and to ask any questions about the selection process.

Three results are possible following the interview:

 

 

Quebec certificate of selection program, information & advice for certificat CSQ

About The Canadian Immigration Council

Richard Serour is the CEO and President of the Canadian Immigration Council. He is also recognized as being one of the leading immigration advocates and professionals in Canada. He has devoted his life to work in order to help people around the world who wish to immigrate to Canada. Being an experienced immigration consultant, Mr. Serour has also helped thousands of families to fulfill their dream of coming to Canada, becoming permanent residents, and turning into proud Canadian citizens.

Along with an experienced staff and a large network of paralegals, lawyers, consultants and other support specialists, the Canadian Immigration Council has turned many dreams into a reality. It was Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper who once said: "Canada is the place where people want to come and stay, to learn, to pursue opportunities, to raise children, to enjoy natural beauty, to open new frontiers, to set the standard for the world for a high quality of life; a Canada that is a leader and example to the world."

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