Live webinar August 13, 2024 at 12:00pm EST
OR available video recording

  • Lilia Benaïssa

3 hours


This course will discuss the new immigration programs available in the province of Quebec. This includes the changes that came into force in the November 23, 2023 regulations. It will look at the program goals, as well as some of the practical requirements for these programs, in order to help practitioners put together applications in line with those requirements.

  • Qualified Skilled Workers Program
    • Program goals
    • Verbal French language requirement for principal applicant
    • Distinction of professions
  • Three pilot programs for permanent immigration
    • Skilled workers in the food processing industry
    • Orderlies workers
    • Artificial intelligence, information technologies, visual effects sectors workers
  • The Quebec Experience Program
    • Program goals
    • How the program works
  • The family reunification program
    • Program goals
    • Requirements
  • The exclusively online applications
    • Online requirements
    • Which categories still need to use paper application forms

For Lawyers and Paralegals

  • Law Society of Ontario
    Substantive Hours: This program is eligible for up to 3 hours.
  • Law Society of British Columbia
    Approved for 3 CPD credits.
  • Law Societies of Alberta, Manitoba, Newfoundland and Nova Scotia
    For members of these Law Societies, consider including this course as a CPD learning activity in your mandatory annual requirements

For Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants

  • College of Immigration and Citizenship Consultants
    • Approved for 3 CPD hours
    • Video recording valid until August 13, 2025





  • Attendance at the live three hour webinar.
  • Access to the course materials.
  • Ability to watch the webinar until  December 31, 2025
This course is included in our:
Lilia Benaïssa

Lawyer, Dunton Rainville Lawyers and Notaries

Me. Lilia Benaïssa works primarily in the areas of administrative law and litigation (federal and provincial), with a particular focus on citizenship and immigration law. She also practises in the areas of human rights, private international law and civil law.

Before joining Dunton Rainville, Me. Benaïssa worked for several years in the legal department of a multinational real estate firm where she acquired in-depth knowledge of real estate and commercial law.

Me. Benaïssa has extensive experience in international law and humanitarian law, notably through her academic training, her professional experience with several international organizations and her active participation in conferences, training and delegations in Canada and around the world.

Me. Benaïssa is passionate about legal research and has contributed to the development of law through her contributions as a research assistant and through the writing of several university theses.

Through her academic research and writing, Me. Benaïssa has acquired significant expertise in indigenous peoples’ law, child protection law, public international law, immigration law and private international law.