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Quebec Skilled Worker Federal Stage (After CSQ)

pinkkk_blueee

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Oct 23, 2018
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Hello all,

I got a remedical request just yesterday. Does anybody know when I should expect the PPR?

My timeline is as follows:
APP: Dec 2017
AOR: Feb 2018
MR: Apr 2018
CV: Aug 2019
Second MR: Nov 2019
PPR:????????????
 

ppcg2510

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Nov 8, 2019
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Category........
QSW
Visa Office......
Sydney
App. Filed.......
27-04-2018
AOR Received.
27-06-2018
Med's Request
21-10-2019
Med's Done....
06-11-2019
Passport Req..
24-01-2020
VISA ISSUED...
31-01-2020
LANDED..........
08-02-2020
Hi folks does anyone has the same time like mine:
FILE RECEIVED Dec 19,2018
AOR april 2019
BIOMETRICS REQUEST May 2019
BIOMETRICS DONE June 2019
And waiting since then
My bartime shows its due on NOVEMBER 19,2020
anyone in the same time boat here like mine?
Is medical next step? If it is when they are supposed to request it?
Its really getting on our nerves
Hi, yes I would say medical exam is the next step for you. In my case (see timeline below), medicals were asked when there was about 5 months before the end of the bar time. So perhaps June 2020 for you if it’s the same. So I’d say try to relax and not think about it. Request GCMS notes for more details. Good luck, cheers
 
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motchasui

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Nov 12, 2019
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Hello all,

I got a remedical request just yesterday. Does anybody know when I should expect the PPR?

My timeline is as follows:
APP: Dec 2017
AOR: Feb 2018
MR: Apr 2018
CV: Aug 2019
Second MR: Nov 2019
PPR:????????????

Hi I know two ppl getting their ppr about 1 month after remedical when they hit their estimated completion date.

I have the same timeline but I dont even have any cv request or remedical... Nothing since pre-arrival email from Aug 2018.

And today is my estimated completion day. But Idk what is happening ..
 

Maxsharma12

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Jun 26, 2014
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Hi folks,
I got PR and moved to Edmonton Canada this month. Waiting for PR card. I wanted to know can we move to Montreal and settle straight away on PR or we need to get CSQ first ?
After getting PR card, you can move to any province of Canada and if you are moving to Quebec, you are not obliged to have a CSQ.

Check below :
(2) Every citizen of Canada and every person who has the status of a permanent resident of Canada has the right:

  1. to move to and take up residence in any province; and
  2. to pursue the gaining of a livelihood in any province.

https://www.justice.gc.ca/eng/csj-sjc/rfc-dlc/ccrf-ccdl/check/art6.html
 
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pinkkk_blueee

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Oct 23, 2018
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Hi I know two ppl getting their ppr about 1 month after remedical when they hit their estimated completion date.

I have the same timeline but I dont even have any cv request or remedical... Nothing since pre-arrival email from Aug 2018.

And today is my estimated completion day. But Idk what is happening ..
I got pre arrival email in Aug 2018 as well, and kept calling them and ordering CGMS notes since then, until I got CV request
 

motchasui

Newbie
Nov 12, 2019
7
4
I got pre arrival email in Aug 2018 as well, and kept calling them and ordering CGMS notes since then, until I got CV request

My third GCMS notes are on the way but they still wont give me any other correspondance. I'm not sure what's happening with my case.

What does your GCMS notes say?
 

nikhil56

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Jan 22, 2019
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You all realize that the anti immigrant Quebec CAQ party govt. has cut 20% of economic immigration quota at the Federal level right ?
Hence the delays.
 

ppcg2510

Star Member
Nov 8, 2019
99
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Category........
QSW
Visa Office......
Sydney
App. Filed.......
27-04-2018
AOR Received.
27-06-2018
Med's Request
21-10-2019
Med's Done....
06-11-2019
Passport Req..
24-01-2020
VISA ISSUED...
31-01-2020
LANDED..........
08-02-2020

Ma_hafe

Newbie
Jan 19, 2018
2
3
Got ppr on 15 november. Full timeline is as follows

applied csq: November 2016
Csq received: September 2017
Applied federal: 20 October 2017
AOR: 19 January 2018
First medical request: 15 May 2018
Medical passed: 9 April 2018
Pre arrival: 17 may 2018
CV and updated schedule A: 19 August 2019
Re med request: 24 October 2019.
Medical passed: 12 Nov 2019.
Ppr: 15 November 2019.
 
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dearmilkyway

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Oct 10, 2017
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Wow that’s terrible but explains a lot. For those who missed this (like me) here’s the link : http://ici.radio-canada.ca/nouvelle/1289733/immigrants-arrima-justin-trudeau-francois-legault-quebec
This is actually old news and Quebec's limit has been set for the year of 2019.

What is valid from 2020 and which is actually better than today is that Quebec has already agreed on to increase quotas as below;

2019
Skilled Workers = Target 19.500 - Maximum 20.100
Total = Target 40.000 - Maximum 42.500

2020
Skilled Workers = Target 20.600 - Maximum 21.900 (%8.95 increase comparing to 2019)
Total = Target 41.500 - Maximum 44.500

2021
Skilled Workers = Target 27.500 - Maximum 29.300 (%45.77 increase comparing to 2019)
Total = Target 44.500 - Maximum 47.500

2022
Skilled Workers = Target 32.000 - Maximum 33.900 (%68.65 increase comparing to 2019)
Total = Target 49.500 - Maximum 52.500
 
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Maxsharma12

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This is actually old news and Quebec's limit has been set for the year of 2019.

What is valid from 2020 and which is actually better than today is that Quebec has already agreed on to increase quotas as below;

2019
Skilled Workers = Target 19.500 - Maximum 20.100
Total = Target 40.000 - Maximum 42.500

2020
Skilled Workers = Target 20.600 - Maximum 21.900 (%8.95 increase comparing to 2019)
Total = Target 41.500 - Maximum 44.500

2021
Skilled Workers = Target 27.500 - Maximum 29.300 (%45.77 increase comparing to 2019)
Total = Target 44.500 - Maximum 47.500

2022
Skilled Workers = Target 32.000 - Maximum 33.900 (%68.65 increase comparing to 2019)
Total = Target 49.500 - Maximum 52.500
could you please share source of your information?

Thank you,
 
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carlotanching

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Jun 27, 2017
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This is actually old news and Quebec's limit has been set for the year of 2019.

What is valid from 2020 and which is actually better than today is that Quebec has already agreed on to increase quotas as below;

2019
Skilled Workers = Target 19.500 - Maximum 20.100
Total = Target 40.000 - Maximum 42.500

2020
Skilled Workers = Target 20.600 - Maximum 21.900 (%8.95 increase comparing to 2019)
Total = Target 41.500 - Maximum 44.500

2021
Skilled Workers = Target 27.500 - Maximum 29.300 (%45.77 increase comparing to 2019)
Total = Target 44.500 - Maximum 47.500

2022
Skilled Workers = Target 32.000 - Maximum 33.900 (%68.65 increase comparing to 2019)
Total = Target 49.500 - Maximum 52.500
This is actually old news and Quebec's limit has been set for the year of 2019.

What is valid from 2020 and which is actually better than today is that Quebec has already agreed on to increase quotas as below;

2019
Skilled Workers = Target 19.500 - Maximum 20.100
Total = Target 40.000 - Maximum 42.500

2020
Skilled Workers = Target 20.600 - Maximum 21.900 (%8.95 increase comparing to 2019)
Total = Target 41.500 - Maximum 44.500

2021
Skilled Workers = Target 27.500 - Maximum 29.300 (%45.77 increase comparing to 2019)
Total = Target 44.500 - Maximum 47.500

2022
Skilled Workers = Target 32.000 - Maximum 33.900 (%68.65 increase comparing to 2019)
Total = Target 49.500 - Maximum 52.500
Yes, I agree! So where is your proof for this??
 
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