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Aug 21, 2018

Quebec Immigrant Investor Program Will Re-Open September 10th, 2018

Quebec's Minister of Immigration, Diversity and Inclusion announced that the Quebec Immigrant Investor Program (QIIP) will be re-open from September 10th, 2018 until March 15th, 201​9.  The maximum number of applications that will be accepted during this period is 1,900. 

In order to qualify for the program, the applicant must have: 

  • At least two years of management experience during the five years preceding the application;
  • A legally-accumulated net worth in excess of CAD $2,000,000; and
  • The intention to reside in the Province of Quebec and commit to investing CAD$1,200,000. 

Financing is available and, at current rates, the cost to the client will be CAD$350,000. Any applicant who demonstrates an intermediate ability in French, ​may submit their application at any time until March 31, 2019 and will receive priority processing.  

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

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