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Ministère de l’Immigration, de la Diversité et de l’Inclusion
Who can complete this form?
You can submit an application for temporary selection under one of the Temporary Foreign Worker Program streams if you plan to come to Québec to work temporarily on a full-time basis in a skilled or low-skilled part-time job that pays high wages or low wages.
For further information on the Temporary Foreign Worker Program, consult the website of the Ministère de l’Immigration de la Diversité et de l’Inclusion (Ministère) at https://www.immigration-quebec.gouv.qc.ca/en/immigrate-settle/temporary-workers/index.html.
In order for your application to be reviewed, the employer who is offering you a temporary job (for a fixed period) must concurrently submit a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) application to Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC). For further information regarding the federal rules applicable to the Temporary Foreign Worker Program, your employer must consult the following page on ESDC’s website: https://www.canada.ca/en/employment-social-development/services/foreign-workers.html.
Note: do not fill out this application if your employment category is not affected by a LMIA, if no work permit is required for the position proposed, if the duration of the job is 30 days or less, or if the position offered is not remunerated. In these cases, consult the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada website to find out what procedure to follow concerning your situation.
Steps to follow
You must complete parts 1 and 2 of the form Application for temporary selection – Temporary Foreign Worker Program and refer to the General Information section.
Gather all the documents requested in the required format (original, certified true copy or photocopy). When specified, consult the List of authorities recognized for certifying documents at http://www.immigration-quebec.gouv.qc.ca/en/forms/search-title/list-authorities.html.
Place your documents and supporting documents in the following order:
• payment of the required fees1;
• Part 1 duly completed and signed;
• Part 2 duly completed;
• other forms and declarations, duly completed and signed, if applicable;
• all your documents and supporting documents in the order indicated in Part 2.
Your application must be complete, that is, it must mandatorily include payment of the fees required, parts 1 and 2 duly completed and signed, the forms duly completed and signed, as well as all documents requested in the required format (original, certified true copy, photocopy); otherwise, it will be rejected.
Make sure that you have dated and signed all the forms and declarations and keep a photocopy of all documents you submit to the Ministère.
Send all the documents directly to the employer who is offering you temporary employment. Fill out and sign the section of the form entitled Authorization given to employer, allowing the employer offering you temporary employment to represent you when dealing with the Ministère.
1. The fees to review your application are non-refundable.
Application for temporary selection Temporary Foreign Worker Program
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You must inform the Ministère’s authorities of any changes to the answers indicated in your application within 30 days of these changes.
Note that original documents you submit could be requested at any time during the processing of your application.
If you submit documents or parts of documents in a language other than French or English, you must provide:
• the document in its original language, in the required format (original, certified true copy or photocopy);
• the original complete translation done by a recognized translator. To find out the requirements related to translations and the definition of a recognized translator, consult the Ministère’s website at http://www.immigration-quebec.gouv.qc.ca/en/informations/ document-requirements.html.
If the original document is written in French or English, but includes a seal in another language, you absolutely must have the seal translated.
Use of the services of a paid individual
The form and instructions have been designed to enable persons wanting to immigrate to Québec to fill out their application without assistance. Consequently, it is not necessary to use the services of a paid individual to handle your immigration process.
If you decide to use the services of a paid individual, be advised that, to better protect immigration applicants against dubious or illegal practices, the Ministère only deals with:
• members of the Barreau du Québec or the Chambre des notaires du Québec in good standing;
• persons with special authorization issued by the above-mentioned organizations;
• immigration consultants recognized by the Ministère and registered in the Registre québécois des consultants en immigration.
For the list of recognized consultants, consult the Ministère’s website at (www.midi.gouv.qc.ca/consultants).
Power of attorney
If you want someone to represent you in your dealings with the Ministère, you must enclose the form Mandat de représentation (Representation mandate, A-0525-AF, in French only) with your application, signed by you and that person.
Persons accompanying you
Your spouse or de facto spouse accompanying you or who will join you in Québec must obtain certain authorizations to study or work. For more information, consult the Ministère’s website on the page http://www.immigration-quebec.gouv.qc.ca/en/immigrate-settle/ temporary-workers/obtaining-authorizations/applications-spouse.html.
In order to be able to pursue studies, the dependent child accompanying you or who will join you in Québec must obtain a Certificat d’acceptation du Québec (CAQ – Québec Acceptance Certificate) under the Foreign Students Program, as well as a study permit issued by the Government of Canada. For more information, consult the Ministère’s website on the page http://www.immigration-quebec.gouv.qc.ca/en/ immigrate-settle/temporary-workers/finding-out-quebec/schooling-children.html.
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National Occupational Classification
The document published by the Government of Canada at the address: http://noc.esdc.gc.ca/English/NOC/Welcome.aspx?ver=16.
Employment that cannot exceed a period of 36 months.
Employment with a minimum work period of 30 hours per week.
Skilled job or low-skilled job
A skilled job is a job with a skill level corresponding to 0, A or B under the National Occupational Classification. A low-skilled job is a job with a skill level corresponding to C or D under the National Occupational Classification.
The foreign national who submits an application for temporary selection under one of the Temporary Foreign Worker Program streams.
High-wage or low-wage remuneration
A high-wage position is a position that pays a salary that is equivalent to or higher than the median hourly wage applicable in Québec. A low- wage position is a position that pays a salary that is lower than the median hourly wage applicable in Québec. For more information, visit the Ministère’s website at http://www.immigration-quebec.gouv.qc.ca/fr/employeurs/embaucher-temporaire/salaire.html (in French only).
Temporary Foreign Worker Program streams
Temporary foreign workers are eligible for:
• a job that is part of the Volet des talents mondiaux (Global Talents stream) (high-wage skilled position). To learn more about this stream, visit the Ministère’s website at http://www.immigration-quebec.gouv.qc.ca/fr/employeurs/embaucher-temporaire/talents-mondiaux/ index.html (in French only)
• a job that is part of the Liste des professions admissibles au traitement simplifié (List of occupations eligible for simplified processing) (high-wage skilled position). To learn more about this stream, visit the Ministère’s website at https://www.immigration-quebec.gouv. qc.ca/fr/employ