Student immigrants already in Canada
Quebec Experience Program - PEQ
The Quebec Experience Program (PEQ) is aimed, among others, at foreign students who have graduated from certain vocational colleges and universities on the basis of the technical work they perform.
This accelerated skilled workers selection programme, in force since early 2010, aims to issue a rapid Quebec Selection Certificate (CSQ) to workers and graduates who are in demand and who meet government requirements. The application process may quickly result in permanent residence being granted.
However, if their approach is deliberately over simplified, many students are not successful, due to a lack of knowledge of the law and its regulations, or due to poorly monitoring their application. Before taking any action whatsoever, you are advised to make an appointment for a consultation in order to know what options are available to you.
When considering your application, there are various rates available that are affordable and based on your specific needs. Students receive special rates. . Please contact us..
Pitfalls to avoid
Embarking on such a process requires you to follow up on your application properly and to have some knowledge of the laws in force. Consequently, many students who do not meet deadlines find themselves forced to leave Canada and return home. Exceeding the legal deadline means becoming an illegal in the country.
Moreover, the documentation provided when submitting an application for a study permit or visitor's visa must fulfil government requirements. Returned applications increase the processing times, often exceeding the validity of the applicant's current visa.
Lawyer Nadia Barrou understands the challenges posed by your application and has access to the officials who will process it. Our team has extensive experience in immigration law; we will ensure that the procedures and deadlines fully comply with the laws in force by individually monitoring your application. . Please contact us..