Quebec's Latest Arrima Immigration Draw Invited 1,415 Candidates
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Quebec’s Latest Arrima Immigration Draw Invited 1,415 Candidates

Joseph Creech



Quebec's Latest Arrima Immigration Draw Invited 1,415 Candidates

Recently, Quebec conducted its latest Arrima immigration draw on April 25, 2024, inviting a total of 1,415 candidates to apply for permanent residency (PR) under the Regular Skilled Worker Program (RSWP). This draw, which saw candidates meeting specific criteria, marks another step forward in Quebec’s efforts to bolster its skilled labor force and welcome talented individuals to the province.

Quebec Arrima Draw Result: A Closer Look

The Minister of Immigration, Francization, and Integration (MIFI) revealed the details of the latest Arrima draw on May 3, 2024. This draw, conducted on April 25, saw 1,415 invitations extended to eligible candidates, each possessing a minimum score of 598 points. These invitations were based on profiles extracted from the Arrima bank on April 22, 2024, at 6:25 a.m.

Date of the DrawNumber of InvitationsMinimum ScoreDate and Time of Extraction from Arrima Bank
April 25, 20241,415598April 22, 2024, at 6:25 a.m.

Key Details of the Arrima Draw

The invitations to apply (ITAs) were addressed to applicants who fulfilled the following criteria:

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  • Level 7 oral proficiency (or higher) in French, as per the Échelle québécoise des niveaux de compétence en français (Quebec scale of French proficiency levels for adult immigrants) or its equivalent.
  • A score equal to or greater than 598 points.
  • A valid job offer outside the territory of the Communauté métropolitaine de Montréal.

Notably, the previous Arrima selection round occurred earlier in April 2024, showcasing Quebec’s commitment to regular draws and the steady stream of skilled workers into the province.

Occupations Targeted in Previous Arrima Draw

During the previous selection round on April 11, 2024, candidates with scores ranging from 536 to 606 points were targeted in various occupations. These occupations included roles such as:

Land surveyorsRoofers and shinglersConstruction trades helpers and labourersComputer programmers and interactive media developers
Electronic service technicians (household & commercial goods)Painters and decorators (except interior decorators)Computer and information systems managersWeb designers and developers
Sheet metal workersFloor covering installersCivil engineersCivil engineering technologists and technicians
BoilermakersConstruction millwrights and industrial mechanicsMechanical engineersMechanical engineering technologists and technicians
IronworkersHeavy-duty equipment mechanicsElectrical and electronics engineersIndustrial engineering and manufacturing technologists and technicians
Welders and related machine operatorsRefrigeration and air conditioning mechanicsIndustrial and manufacturing engineersElectrical and electronics engineering technologists and technicians
Electricians (except industrial and power system)Elevator constructors and mechanicsComputer engineers (except software engineers and designers)Computer network technicians
CarpentersCrane operatorsInformation systems analysts and consultantsUser support technicians
BricklayersDrillers and blasters: surface mining, quarrying and constructionDatabase analysts and data administratorsInformation systems testing technicians
Concrete finishersHeavy equipment operators (except crane)Software engineers and designersRegistered nurses and registered psychiatric nurses
Licensed practical nursesSecondary school teachersEarly childhood educators and assistantsGraphic designers and illustrators
Nurse aides, orderlies and patient service associatesElementary school and kindergarten teachersAudio and video recording technicians

Quebec Arrima in 2024

The Quebec Arrima selection process plays a pivotal role in Quebec’s immigration strategy, serving as a pathway for eligible candidates to obtain permanent residency through the Quebec Skilled Worker Program (QSWP). With each draw, Quebec aims to identify and invite individuals with the skills and qualifications needed to contribute to the province’s economy and society.


By streamlining the selection process and prioritizing candidates with high-demand skills, Quebec continues to attract talent from around the world, enriching its diverse communities and driving economic growth.

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