Quebec new portal for Immigration used to issue first invitation to skilled worker candidates
Quebec used its new portal designed for immigration to issue its first invitations to skilled worker who wants to migrate to Canada through the skilled worker program. The new system called Arrima system was used by applicants to submit and expression of Interest. Potential candidates were invited to apply through the system and were sent email notifications on Thursday, July 4.
Arrima is the online portal for expressions of interest from foreign nationals interested in immigrating to Quebec under the Quebec skilled worker program. Quebec government aimed to reduce the processing time of Permanent Residence applications and manage the applications better.
Candidates use Arrima to create an expression of interest profile that is then submitted into the bank of Quebec skilled worker candidates. Candidates who received a notification have 60 days to submit a complete application for a Quebec selection certificate.
Quebec is one of the provinces of Canada. Quebec is Canada’s largest province by area and second most populous province of Canada. It is the only province who has French as the sole official language. The capital city is Quebec city