The Government of Canada understands that there are many talented foreign workers in Canada. They can significantly contribute to Canada’s economy. This is only possible if they become permanent residents. So, there is an immigration program called the Canadian Experience Class (CEC). It enables international students and temporary foreign workers with working experience in Canada to immigrate permanently.
The diploma must be issued by a university or by a public and accredited education institution based in Quebec. In addition, an international student must have lived in Quebec for at least half the duration of their study program.
French language requirements:
To apply for the Quebec Experience Programs, temporary workers or workers under an approved work holiday program (or Young Professionals and International Co-op Internship) must be residing temporarily in Quebec. Other requirements include:
Foreign workers can be employed in any occupation (A, B, C, and D categories). Jobs in the C and D categories don’t require post-secondary education. Usually, candidates qualify if they have completed job-specific training.