Qubec Ministry of Immigration (MIFI) held its 63rd Draw on April 25th ,2024.

Quebec’s immigration system has long been renowned for its efficiency and efficacy in selecting skilled workers who can contribute to the province’s economy and society. One of the key tools used by Qubec is the Arrima system. This innovative platform serves as an online portal for managing immigration applications to Quebec. Through Arrima, prospective immigrants can submit their profiles, which are then assessed based on a range of factors such as education, work experience, language proficiency, and adaptability.

Candidates’ profiles are added to the Expression of Interest bank after they use Arrima to indicate their interest. Those who meet Quebec’s requirements and show promise for French integration are then invited to apply for permanent selection. 

The 63rd draw of the Quebec Ministry of Immigration (MIFI) was held on April 25, 2024, and 1,415 candidates received invites. These individuals had to fulfil certain requirements, such as having a minimum score of 598, being fluent in French with a level 7 or equivalent, and having a legitimate work offer from outside the Montreal Metropolitan Community.

After getting an invitation, candidates have sixty days to finish their application. Only chosen applicants may submit an application for the Quebec Skilled Worker Program. Candidates who are accepted are given a Quebec Selection Certificate, which enables them to submit an application for permanent residency to the federal government.

All The Quebec Arrima Draws 2024
DateNumber of InvitationsCut-off scoreNotes
April 11, 20241,036536 and 606Two targeted draws for 47 occupations
March 21, 20241,357596General draw with level 7 oral French proficiency
March 7, 20241,136603General draw with level 7 oral French proficiency
February 22, 20241,007608General draw with level 7 oral French proficiency
February 8, 20241,034613General draw with level 7 oral French proficiency
January 24, 20241,007615Targeted draw for 28 occupations for individuals with level 7 in oral French proficiency
Total5,541

 As Quebec continues to welcome skilled individuals who contribute to its vibrant communities, the Arrima draw remains a significant pathway for those seeking to build their future in the province. The latest Quebec Arrima draw represents another step forward in the province’s ongoing efforts to attract skilled workers and build a diverse and thriving society. For those who have received invitations, it marks the beginning of an exciting new chapter in their lives. And for those still waiting, it serves as a reminder to remain patient and hopeful, knowing that their opportunity may come in the next round.

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