Depending on the cost of living, the Government of Quebec will update the minimum amount of settlement funds required that a Quebec immigration applicant intending to reside in Montreal, or another city in the province of Quebec, must possess to prove financial self-sufficiency.

The following chart represents the minimum amounts of Quebec immigration settlement funds established by the Government of Quebec.

Number of family members Funds required (CAD)
1 adult $3,188
1 adult and 1 child (under 18 years old) $4,284
1 adult and 2 children (under 18 years old) $4,836
1 adult and 3 children (under 18 years old) $5,388
1 adult and more than 3 children under 18 years old, add $552 per child
2 adults $4,676
2 adults and 1 child (under 18 years old) $5,238
2 adults and 2 children (under 18 years old) $5,653
2 adults and 3 children (under 18 years old) $6,068
2 adults and more than 3 children under 18 years old, add $416 per child
2 adults and 1 child (or more) 18 years old or older, add $1,487 per child

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