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Mar 28, 2018

SIGNIFICANT CHANGES TO THE QUEBEC IMMIGRANT INVESTOR PROGRAM

Eren Sari

March 28, 2018 - ​The Quebec Government published new regulations related to Quebec’s immigration programs, including the Quebec Immigrant Investor Program (QIIP). Important changes to the QIIP include the following:

  1. Candidates must have net assets of at least CAD $2,000,000 (previously was $1,600,000);
  2. The required investment amount has increased to CAD $1,200,000 (previously was $800,000).

It is projected that these regulations will be implemented August 2018. Until that time, Quebec Immigration will not be accepting any new applications. At this point, no information has been released regarding the dates of the intake period or the number of files that will be received by Quebec Immigration. 

For more information regarding the Quebec Immigrant Investor Program, please contact our offices directly.

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