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Application for Selection Certificate and appendices – Investors

Be sure to consult the immigration rules and procedures. entered into effect on April 1, 2015. Before submitting your application, it is important to read the information regarding the application intake periods for a Certificat de sélection du Québec.

Modifications made to document requirements for investors entered into effect on July 15, 2015.

The Ministère verifies that all files submitted are complete before beginning its review, that is, that they include all the supporting documents and required documents as well as payment of the required fees (in Canadian currency only).

If your application is incomplete, it will be returned to you without being processed.

Procedure

To present an application for a selection certificate, you must submit:

You must also enclose payment of the fees required to review your file.

Note: Make sure to sign your investment agreement with a financial intermediary (broker or trust company) authorized to participate in the Investor Program.

If applicable and depending on your situation, you must enclose:


  IMPORTANT  

Since several months may elapse before the Ministère reviews your file, you may receive a letter asking you to complete or update your file.

 
     

 

Reminder

Do not forget to include the following documents with your application:

  • Forms duly completed, dated and signed
  • Required declarations
  • Supporting documents
  • Payment of fees charged for reviewing your file.

All applications from investor candidates must be sent by mail or courier, to the Direction du courrier, de l’encaissement et de l'évaluation comparative, in Montréal. Only one application can be sent at a time. Applications dropped off in person will not be accepted.

Processing times will vary according to territory, volume of applications and staff available.

Since the files are strictly confidential, no information is given out over the telephone. Applicants are informed of the progress of their file by regular mail or by fax.

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Change in your family situation

If you wish to make modifications to your application due to a change in your family situation (the addition of a spouse, for example), you must submit an application for a selection certificate in the Investor subclass, duly completed by your spouse and accompanied by all of the documents and supporting documents required.

You must also submit a certified true copy of the marriage or birth certificate, or, in the case of a de facto union, proof that you have lived together for at least 12 months.

 

  PRACTICAL ADVICE  
  • Before submitting an official immigration application, familiarize yourself with the typical procedure for businesspeople. It will provide you with an overview of the procedures to follow to achieve your immigration goals.
  • Make sure you enclose all the required documents with your application. For more information, see Understand the selection process.
 
     

 

 

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