Quebec resettlement – Privately Sponsored Refugee (Quebec PSR)
This section contains policy, procedures and guidance used by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada staff. It is posted on the Department’s website as a courtesy to stakeholders.
Quebec receives and approves applications for private sponsorship and, once approved, these decisions are shared with IRCC to process the refugee application. The total refugees resettled to Quebec cannot surpass its defined annual targets for Quebec.
1. Assessment of potential for Quebec resettlement
Procedures by program – Quebec
These instructions provide information about:
- Assessing potential for resettlement in Quebec
After an approved sponsorship has been received from Quebec, and eligibility as a refugee has been confirmed, an assessment is done to evaluate if applicant(s) is an appropriate candidate for resettlement to Quebec.
- Collecting details to support resettlement in Quebec
Details are collected from this assessment to support resettlement in Quebec.
2. Final selection for Quebec resettlement
Confirming selection of refugee by Quebec
The applicant(s) is submitted to the Quebec government for consideration and to request confirmation of Quebec selection (CSQ). This is done while admissibility assessments are conducted.
Making the final decision on resettlement to Quebec (Quebec PSR)
When the decision is received from Quebec, the final decision can be made to confirm if the applicant(s) can be resettled to Quebec.
3. Arrangements for resettlement to Quebec
Preparing refugee for departure to Canada
If selected for Quebec, and after the final decision is made and visa is approved, arrangements are made for departure to Canada.
Provisions for support after arrival in Quebec
After the client is admitted into Canada, the needed support to help with resettlement can be obtained.
Cases for priority or special processing
Considerations for assessing and processing special or priority case groups. Includes cases referred for urgent protection, vulnerable cases, public policies, applicants who are persecuted on the basis of their sexual orientation or gender identity expression (SOGIE-LGBTQI) and other groups requiring special attention.
Resettlement: Program delivery partners – roles and responsibilities
Key partners within and outside of IRCC and their respective responsibilities regarding resettlement.
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