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Québec - Applying for permanent residence in the Government of Canada
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As a result of government decisions which come into force on 1 August 2013, the Ministry of Immigration and Cultural Communities has made ​​some changes to the rules and procedures of immigration.

For more information, see the Rules and immigration procedures .

The final admission of the candidates is the responsibility of the Government of Canada. After being selected by Quebec, you must file an application for permanent residence (visa) to the Centralized Intake Office in Canada, Sydney, Nova Scotia .

The Government of Canada will evaluate your medical history and that of your family members. It will also conduct a security check.

If you successfully pass this stage, the Government of Canada will issue a permanent resident visa.

  • To immigrate to Québec, candidates and their families must meet the requirements of the Quebec selection AND the requirements for admission to Canada.
  • An application for permanent residence is refused if the health status of a candidate or a family member (accompanying or not) present a risk to public health or safety, or likely to cause excessive demands on social services or health in Canada, even if he has obtained a Quebec Selection Certificate (CSQ).

Costs and delays for permanent residence visa

The fees required by the Government of Canada for the processing of an application for permanent residence (visa).

The medical examinations and security are subject to a tariff locally defined.

The processing time may vary from one country to another.


After three years of establishment in Québec, you can apply for citizenship with the Government of Canada. Besides the fee, you must pass a test of knowledge of Canada.

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