The Quebec (Canada) Immigrant Investor Programme
PROGRAM TYPE: Residence
TOTAL INVESTMENT RAISED: US9 billion +
TOP APPLICANT NATIONALITY: Chinese
See the official website of the government entity responsible for processing applications to the program.
Statistics on this program
Recent articles about this program
The “QIIP is dead in the water,” lamented Sam Bayat on learning that Quebec will extend its program moratorium for a third time in 16 months.
“A typical millennial”, Stephane Tajick says there is no book on his nightstand, only his phone, and that the falling supply of good RCBI programs keeps him up.
As Canada and Quebec battle the COVID-19 pandemic with curfews and travel restrictions, the Quebec Immigrant Investor Program (QIIP) is getting ready for a showdown that will decide its fate.
“It is a program that could have helped in economic recovery, with this pandemic. To the business community, it is deplorable,” said lawyer Maxime Lapointe.
The share of Québec Immigrant Investor Program participants who settled in the province had averaged 8% – until last year when it suddenly jumped.
Investment migration firms are taking client fees on the presumption that their applications will be processed in the future. What if that doesn’t happen?
18,800 main applicants fulfilled the obligations of the QIIP but still await their permanent residence permits, a factor partly motivating the suspension.
As part of its plan to reduce overall immigration to the province, the government of Quebec is cutting the number
In a response to the airing of an investigative report on the Quebec Immigrant Investor Program (QIIP) by Canadian state
On the 20th of September, the whole investment migration industry in Canada was holding its breath before the airing of