Mon projet Québec is an online immigration application management system used by the Canadian province of Quebec in order to process applications under the Quebec Skilled Worker Program (QSWP).

The QSWP is an immigration program established by the government of Quebec that aims to attract skilled immigrants to Quebec, Canada. Candidates are evaluated across a range of credentials, including age, level of education, area of training, work experience, and language proficiency. The QSWP is a popular Canadian immigration program, with successful applicants and their families becoming eligible to obtain Canadian permanent resident status after receiving a Quebec Selection Certificate/certificat de selection du Québec (CSQ) from the government of Quebec.

As of January 2016, candidates for immigration to Canada through the QSWP must use the secure space Mon projet Québec in order to submit an application for immigration to Canada under the QSWP.

Mon projet Québec allows candidates to complete their application for a CSQ, make their payment online, follow the status of their application, make changes to their application, and access personal electronic messaging throughout the process.

Notez: Le Ministère de l'Immigration, de la Diversité et de l'Inclusion, soit le « MIDI », est le département responsable de l’immigration dans la province du Québec. Le MIDI a annoncé qu’il recevra jusqu’à 5 000 nouvelles demandes en vertu du Programme des travailleurs qualifiés du Québec (PTQQ) lors de la prochaine période d’admission qui se déroulera avant le 31 mars 2018. Les dates exactes à l’égard de la prochaine période d’admission n’ont pas encore été divulguées par le MIDI.

Les candidats  non assujettis au nombre maximal (« cap-exempt ») qui possèdent une offre d’emploi validée par le MIDI, ainsi que les personnes qui sont résidents temporaires du Québec qui sont éligibles à soumettre une demande pour un CSQ peuvent présenter une demande en tout temps.

For additional information on Mon projet Québec and the QSWP, visit the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page.

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