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Sample Intent to reside outside Quebec Letter

alexand3r

Newbie
Jan 17, 2020
3
0
Hey there !

I'm wondering if would be eligible to apply for EE under the Canadian Experience Class (or Abroad Experience Class).

- Before moving to Canada I had 3 years of skilled job in France
- Arrived on WHV in Vancouver (Whistler) and stayed there 8 months working (no skilled job)
- Then moved to Montreal and got a skilled job there
- Finally asked for the QSW (PEQ) as I had to in order to continue to work and be able to stay in Canada at that moment and got it with my work permit linked to my employer last week, it's now been 18 months that I live in Montreal.

My girlfriend and I want to move to British Columbia and I wonder if I will be able to apply for PR CEC and prove my intention to move to BC as I live in Montreal, work in Montreal. But I lived in BC, and worked there (for a short period of time compare to my full time living in Canada) so I would join a letter proving my intentions as well. I have a lot of friends living in Vancouver and the area that could also prove my intentions to move there.
But other than that I don't see a lot of things that could prove those intentions ?

So are my chances super low to get the PR through CEC ? Should I leave my job and come back to my home country and apply from there ? Or move directly to BC

Thanks a lot for your help.

Alex
 

markely

Newbie
Feb 25, 2020
1
0
Hi everyone,

After reading through the thread I'm starting to worry more and more about my status...I came to Montreal for study in 2013 and finished my study in 2017. after graduation I worked for a Quebec employer for 2 years and watch through all the up and downs in CSQ so decided to apply to EE CEC instead.

By now I have already resigned my job here in Quebec and looking for an apartment lease in Toronto. I've been trying to land a job in Ontario for a long time (almost half a year) but no luck. Moreover, my PGWP is expiring in 3 months so I don't think I will get a job offer even if I pass all the interview process and stuff.

Although I have many friends in Ontario, I don't have any relatives in Canada as I came here along for study. There is no tie I can prove that I have in either place, and judging by the conversation through this thread I'm going to receive PFN for sure. Is there any proactive actions I can do before any of these complications arise?

Thanks in advance for consultation/

Markel
 

aramab

Star Member
Oct 30, 2019
97
8
Hi everyone,

After reading through the thread I'm starting to worry more and more about my status...I came to Montreal for study in 2013 and finished my study in 2017. after graduation I worked for a Quebec employer for 2 years and watch through all the up and downs in CSQ so decided to apply to EE CEC instead.

By now I have already resigned my job here in Quebec and looking for an apartment lease in Toronto. I've been trying to land a job in Ontario for a long time (almost half a year) but no luck. Moreover, my PGWP is expiring in 3 months so I don't think I will get a job offer even if I pass all the interview process and stuff.

Although I have many friends in Ontario, I don't have any relatives in Canada as I came here along for study. There is no tie I can prove that I have in either place, and judging by the conversation through this thread I'm going to receive PFN for sure. Is there any proactive actions I can do before any of these complications arise?

Thanks in advance for consultation/

Markel
If you enough ee point then accept ITA ..... complete medical and biometric and go to your home country/ enjoy with family and frds there for 3 months .By that time reveive PR. You can easily prove to gov that u r moving out of qubec by showing u r flight tkt.come back to canada as PR holder
 

fantazee

Full Member
Sep 21, 2017
45
0
Hello Mutenye
Congratulations for receiving the PR, I received a Procedural Fairness letter, since I was living in Montreal, and applied for PEQ, in which I did not clear the interview. So I got rejected. Now I am applying with my spouse as primary applicant. Could you please share your draft of the letter and I dont see a slot to upload the letter, how do we send the letter to them?


Thank you
Fantazee








Just wanted to let you know that my application was approved without any problems. My residency was confirmed at CIC Ottawa. There was never any issue with my moving from Quebec to Ontario. I threw the kitchen sink at CIC in my application and no conditions were imposed on me before conferring my PR. Maybe I was just lucky or maybe I did a very good job with my application but it is possible to be living in Quebec and get PR for elsewhere in Canada as long as you genuinely intend to move to your new province and make an effort to show that you are serious about this.

Thank you Canada and Ontario for allowing me live and work in your great country. Thank you Quebec for giving me my start. I look forward to many more happy years here!
Just wanted to let you know that my application was approved without any problems. My residency was confirmed at CIC Ottawa. There was never any issue with my moving from Quebec to Ontario. I threw the kitchen sink at CIC in my application and no conditions were imposed on me before conferring my PR. Maybe I was just lucky or maybe I did a very good job with my application but it is possible to be living in Quebec and get PR for elsewhere in Canada as long as you genuinely intend to move to your new province and make an effort to show that you are serious about this.

Thank you Canada and Ontario for allowing me live and work in your great country. Thank you Quebec for giving me my start. I look forward to many more happy years here!
 

hardyh

Newbie
Apr 27, 2020
1
0
Replied to your PM
Hi,

I am in the same boat, would you share your experience for EE? Please. I appreciate your help.

What did you end up showing as proof to reside outside Quebec?
Did you submit the letter of intent along with your application?
Did you finally get a letter from VO to prove your intent to reside outside Quebec?
 

jyotisc

Full Member
May 22, 2019
28
2
Montreal Canada
Hi everyone, we need some suggestions.
We are currently living in Montreal, Quebec, and have received ITA recently. We found out that, applying for PR through CEC Express Entry while living in Quebec is not the same as other provinces. By doing some research we found that we need to prove that we intend to leave Quebec after getting PR and some evidence must be provided supporting the intention.
It would be of great help if you could give some advice or share a similar experience with us on what kind of evidence we can produce and how?