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Quebec Investor Program : Current Timeline (6 years 4 Months)

Discussion in 'Business Immigration' started by XpressEnterprise, May 21, 2014.

  1. bro 1st congrats you and thx for sharing such a beautiful detailed post
    i have a question if you want to move to another city , can you ?
    or u have to stay in quebec or have to pay tax etc is there any rules ? because i have heard that the people who applied for the quebec program and live outside got in trouble when its time to renew the PR or gettin citizenship
     
  2. Thanks a Million fromdubai & nawabsaab for such generous words.

    I'll soon be giving more updates ... just waiting for few things to get finalized and then I'll publish some more things.

    Regarding moving to another city, the Permanent Residency you get is Unconditional. However, you have given a signed undertaking to Quebec immigration that you will be living/staying/residing in Quebec province. You have to refer to that document again.

    Moreover, there are many news and articles published about making it a law as it put more pressure on other provinces and use it as backdoor to enter other provinces. This is termed as 'Misrepresentation' and can lead to loss of PR, removal from country and citizenship application being unsuccessful. However, no one is stopping you to live in two provinces.

    What if I wanted to set­tle in Que­bec and changed my mind?

    Whether you apply to live in Canada or in Que­bec, the result is the same: you obtain, if suc­cess­ful, the per­ma­nence res­i­dence in Canada. Sure, the two processes are a lit­tle bit dif­fer­ent, but your per­ma­nent res­i­dent card is the same.

    Hav­ing the per­ma­nence res­i­dence in Canada gives you the right to live and work any­where you like. There­fore, even if you apply for per­ma­nent res­i­dence in Que­bec, no one can force you to stay there.

    How­ever, when apply­ing for per­ma­nent res­i­dence in Que­bec, you do declare that you wish to live in Quebec.


    Source : http://correresmidestino.com/if-you-immigrate-to-quebec/ (this source is not official CIC stance)
     

  3. Any updates XpressEnterprise?

    Thank you ....
     
  4. Hello Fellow Forum Members,

    Sorry for late return, but had some personal family emergency... plus internet connection took a while.

    So, I'll be posting some new things in a day or two.
     
  5. Dear All,

    Wanted to share some good news that finally with grace of God we have been asked to
    submit our passports for visa stamping.

    Finally wait is over after waiting for almost 5 years and now planning to move to Montreal
    by around end of August or first week of September.

    Wishing everyone all the very best and hope all of us make it very soon.

    God bless !!

    Viz
     
  6. Congrats Bro! I'm so happy for you!

    It's going to take a month or two before you get your passports back.

    It's currently summer time here... so, by the time you come here... hopefully it's gonna stay summer.
     
  7. Thanks a lot Bro!!

    Let's see how it goes!!
    Looking forward to meeting you when we land there.

    God bless!!

    Viz
     

  8. Yes we are going together .... :p
     
  9. Hi to all
    I want to know that what are the requirements for investors in Canada and also 54 year of age is required a citizenship test or not. kindly guide me for that.
    Thanks
     
  10. For Immigrant Investor Programs, there are TWO:
    Immigrant Investor Venture Capital Pilot Program
    Quebec Immigrant Investor Program


    For Citizenship Test Interview Waive Information:
    http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/resources/tools/cit/grant/55.asp

    If you are looking for overall information, kindly go through Canada and Quebec Announce New Investor Programs For Canadian Immigration
     
  11. You are certainly most welcome.

    Don't worry about anything. Things will be awesome the moment you land.

    God Bless everyone!
     
  12. congrats bro its really pleasure to hear that news from you. Hope you get visa asap and can start new life soon.
    Ty Xpress bro for sharing info that gonna help to lota of users. Have a happy tike friends. Dont forget to visit Niagra Falls n Ice hotel. You Guys can pm me pics too.
    Congrats once again.
     
  13. Yes - someone who is 54 will have to take the citizenship test. As of this Thursday, only those who are 65 years of age or older are exempt from the test.
     
  14. What do you say about the following link? Oh wait!... Looks like Bill C24 coming into full effect from 11 June 2015

    For Citizenship Test Interview Waive Information:
    http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/resources/tools/cit/grant/55.asp
     
  15. This link is only relevant for applications received by CIC as of the end of the business day tomorrow. After that - new rules.

    The new rules officially come into place this Thursday. As explained in my previous post, the new rules raise the citizenship text exemption age to 65.

    See the Citizenship section of this forum for the many discussions on the new citizenship rules.
     

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