Quebec Business Immigration - Investor

The Quebec Immigrant Investor Program allows investors to obtain Canadian permanent residence by investing CAD$800,000 risk-free through an approved financial intermediary or by financing that investment. 

Note: The next application cycle for this program runs from May 29, 2017 to February 23, 2018. The maximum number of applications that may be received for the upcoming application cycle is set at 1,900, of which up to 1,330 applications may be accepted from national of the People's Republic of China, including the special administrative regions of Hong Kong and Macao.

Eligible applicants with advanced intermediate French ability are exempt from the quota. Moreover, applications submitted by individuals with advanced intermediate French ability receive priority processing.

All applications, including those for Quebec Immigration Office in Hong Kong, must be sent by regular mail or by courier service.

Advantages

  • Investment without risk. The investment of CAD $800,000 is guaranteed by the Quebec government and returned in full after five years.

  • Family included in the application. All immediate members of the candidate's family (spouse and dependent children) are included in the application and have the same status as the candidate.

  • Benefits of permanent resident status. Enjoy as a permanent resident the same benefits provided to Canadians (universal health care, free public education, access to world-class universities, etc.)

 

Quebec Investor Program: Requirements

All Quebec Investors will be expected to meet the following requirements prior to their acceptance:

Learn more about Quebec or about the Canadian Immigration Process for the Quebec Investor Class.

 

Fill out a free Canadian business immigration assessment form to learn more about your options.

Quebec Investor Program: FAQ's

All applications are first submitted to Quebec immigration authorities.

Upon approval at the provincial level, applications must be submitted to Canadian immigration authorities for federal processing.