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TarunVerma
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« on: May 12, 2009, 11:36:53 pm »

Hi all, I am planning to apply for Quebec PNP. Just wanted to know if French is mandatory to apply for this Visa even though one can make required points without the knowledge of French?
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« Reply #1 on: May 13, 2009, 01:15:07 am »

Yes, French is mandatory.  No French, no QSW visa.  If you do their self assessment, you will see that.
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« Reply #2 on: May 13, 2009, 05:18:20 am »

u can't survive without french in montreal/quebec



Hi all, I am planning to apply for Quebec PNP. Just wanted to know if French is mandatory to apply for this Visa even though one can make required points without the knowledge of French?
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« Reply #3 on: May 13, 2009, 06:27:15 am »

Actually you can survive in Montreal if you have an English speaking job and stay in the English neighbourhood.  Having been a tourist in Montreal, you can mostly get by in stores etc. without French as well.  But Quebec requires French for their immigration.
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« Reply #4 on: May 13, 2009, 07:10:13 am »

Thanks, I was there only for a week in montreal i saw everyone speaking french.. may be you are right


Actually you can survive in Montreal if you have an English speaking job and stay in the English neighbourhood.  Having been a tourist in Montreal, you can mostly get by in stores etc. without French as well.  But Quebec requires French for their immigration.
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« Reply #5 on: May 13, 2009, 11:29:31 am »

Please don't mislead people, no such words saying that "French is mandatory". however, if you know French, you may get more points and you can do better when interview.

I suggest people who pass the score point and who know English well but don't know French could apply for this program, and during the processing time, he/she can learn some French so that during the interview, he/she can get some points.



Yes, French is mandatory.  No French, no QSW visa.  If you do their self assessment, you will see that.
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« Reply #6 on: May 13, 2009, 02:44:01 pm »

For QSW French is mandatory, remeber the question was about PNP.  French would not be mandatory for example Alberta PNP.
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« Reply #7 on: May 13, 2009, 03:31:13 pm »

Please don't mislead people, no such words saying that "French is mandatory". however, if you know French, you may get more points and you can do better when interview.

I suggest people who pass the score point and who know English well but don't know French could apply for this program, and during the processing time, he/she can learn some French so that during the interview, he/she can get some points.

Ok, if you want to apply for the Quebec skilled worker without knowing any French, by all means do it and make sure to come back and tell us how it went.  Good luck.
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« Reply #8 on: June 09, 2009, 09:56:22 pm »

for people with statistics/bio-statistic degree,it's pretty easy even you get 0 point in the interview. do more study please. check their immigration law word by word.

Please don't mislead people, no such words saying that "French is mandatory". however, if you know French, you may get more points and you can do better when interview.

I suggest people who pass the score point and who know English well but don't know French could apply for this program, and during the processing time, he/she can learn some French so that during the interview, he/she can get some points.

Ok, if you want to apply for the Quebec skilled worker without knowing any French, by all means do it and make sure to come back and tell us how it went.  Good luck.
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« Reply #9 on: June 12, 2009, 03:14:36 pm »

for people with statistics/bio-statistic degree,it's pretty easy even you get 0 point in the interview. do more study please. check their immigration law word by word.

Please don't mislead people, no such words saying that "French is mandatory". however, if you know French, you may get more points and you can do better when interview.

I suggest people who pass the score point and who know English well but don't know French could apply for this program, and during the processing time, he/she can learn some French so that during the interview, he/she can get some points.

Ok, if you want to apply for the Quebec skilled worker without knowing any French, by all means do it and make sure to come back and tell us how it went.  Good luck.
French is a requirement for Quebec.
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« Reply #10 on: June 12, 2009, 05:35:27 pm »

Please, please show me any link which says "French is a must".

no such rule, for people who is not good at knowing these stuffs, please DON'T mislead those people. you should note that in Quebec, there are still lots of job which only use ENGLISH, for example , a researcher in a university.

people always make conclusions without any study


for people with statistics/bio-statistic degree,it's pretty easy even you get 0 point in the interview. do more study please. check their immigration law word by word.

Please don't mislead people, no such words saying that "French is mandatory". however, if you know French, you may get more points and you can do better when interview.

I suggest people who pass the score point and who know English well but don't know French could apply for this program, and during the processing time, he/she can learn some French so that during the interview, he/she can get some points.

Ok, if you want to apply for the Quebec skilled worker without knowing any French, by all means do it and make sure to come back and tell us how it went.  Good luck.
French is a requirement for Quebec.
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« Reply #11 on: June 12, 2009, 07:37:46 pm »

Please, please show me any link which says "French is a must".

no such rule, for people who is not good at knowing these stuffs, please DON'T mislead those people. you should note that in Quebec, there are still lots of job which only use ENGLISH, for example , a researcher in a university.

people always make conclusions without any study


for people with statistics/bio-statistic degree,it's pretty easy even you get 0 point in the interview. do more study please. check their immigration law word by word.

Please don't mislead people, no such words saying that "French is mandatory". however, if you know French, you may get more points and you can do better when interview.

I suggest people who pass the score point and who know English well but don't know French could apply for this program, and during the processing time, he/she can learn some French so that during the interview, he/she can get some points.

Ok, if you want to apply for the Quebec skilled worker without knowing any French, by all means do it and make sure to come back and tell us how it went.  Good luck.
French is a requirement for Quebec.
What do you mean Misleading? If you do not hava a level of French you'll be turned down. My Friend was turned down Just for that.
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feras80
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« Reply #12 on: June 12, 2009, 07:43:22 pm »

Well it could not be required, but without French you wont be able to pass the point system. Unless you have super experience and couple master degrees, and family in Quebec as well.



Please, please show me any link which says "French is a must".

no such rule, for people who is not good at knowing these stuffs, please DON'T mislead those people. you should note that in Quebec, there are still lots of job which only use ENGLISH, for example , a researcher in a university.

people always make conclusions without any study


for people with statistics/bio-statistic degree,it's pretty easy even you get 0 point in the interview. do more study please. check their immigration law word by word.

Please don't mislead people, no such words saying that "French is mandatory". however, if you know French, you may get more points and you can do better when interview.

I suggest people who pass the score point and who know English well but don't know French could apply for this program, and during the processing time, he/she can learn some French so that during the interview, he/she can get some points.

Ok, if you want to apply for the Quebec skilled worker without knowing any French, by all means do it and make sure to come back and tell us how it went.  Good luck.
French is a requirement for Quebec.
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« Reply #13 on: June 12, 2009, 11:00:49 pm »

Because your friend doesn't have "super experience" and "couple of master degrees". it doesn't mean "French is a must". all because your friend's application is too weak. what i want to tell you is that some of my friends who have couple master degrees and they pass the point line without knowing any French. they also have five year U.S work experiences and a short stay in Quebec.

if you won Nobel prize, do you think Quebec will reject you because you don't know French? LOL

Please, please show me any link which says "French is a must".

no such rule, for people who is not good at knowing these stuffs, please DON'T mislead those people. you should note that in Quebec, there are still lots of job which only use ENGLISH, for example , a researcher in a university.

people always make conclusions without any study


for people with statistics/bio-statistic degree,it's pretty easy even you get 0 point in the interview. do more study please. check their immigration law word by word.

Please don't mislead people, no such words saying that "French is mandatory". however, if you know French, you may get more points and you can do better when interview.

I suggest people who pass the score point and who know English well but don't know French could apply for this program, and during the processing time, he/she can learn some French so that during the interview, he/she can get some points.

Ok, if you want to apply for the Quebec skilled worker without knowing any French, by all means do it and make sure to come back and tell us how it went.  Good luck.
French is a requirement for Quebec.
What do you mean Misleading? If you do not hava a level of French you'll be turned down. My Friend was turned down Just for that.
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feras80
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« Reply #14 on: June 12, 2009, 11:29:18 pm »

well it's the rules, wahtever you have a nobel price or no. Dont you guys read? it's like someone who want to immigrat to the US without having any knowlegde of english.

Because your friend doesn't have "super experience" and "couple of master degrees". it doesn't mean "French is a must". all because your friend's application is too weak. what i want to tell you is that some of my friends who have couple master degrees and they pass the point line without knowing any French. they also have five year U.S work experiences and a short stay in Quebec.

if you won Nobel prize, do you think Quebec will reject you because you don't know French? LOL

Please, please show me any link which says "French is a must".

no such rule, for people who is not good at knowing these stuffs, please DON'T mislead those people. you should note that in Quebec, there are still lots of job which only use ENGLISH, for example , a researcher in a university.

people always make conclusions without any study


for people with statistics/bio-statistic degree,it's pretty easy even you get 0 point in the interview. do more study please. check their immigration law word by word.

Please don't mislead people, no such words saying that "French is mandatory". however, if you know French, you may get more points and you can do better when interview.

I suggest people who pass the score point and who know English well but don't know French could apply for this program, and during the processing time, he/she can learn some French so that during the interview, he/she can get some points.

Ok, if you want to apply for the Quebec skilled worker without knowing any French, by all means do it and make sure to come back and tell us how it went.  Good luck.
French is a requirement for Quebec.
What do you mean Misleading? If you do not hava a level of French you'll be turned down. My Friend was turned down Just for that.
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