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The Francophone Mobility Program enables employers to hire French speaking workers to fill the managerial, technical, professional, skilled trade occupations and positions without having to go through the Labour Market Impact Assessment process which saves time, fees; helps you serve your French Speaking Clients and tap new international networks.


The program will have the following requirements until June 2025:


  • French knowledge:

  • Offer of employment from a Canadian employer located outside of Quebec. Canadian employers must provide a signed job offer and register it in their employer portals. Eligible applicants must demonstrate that they have required academic and/or professional experience to perform the duties 

  • TCF or TEF tests are required.  (B1 level or CLB 5 in speaking and listening in French. Note that writing and reading scores are not important). 

  • If you received your education in French in school, college, or university, you don't have to provide official test scores to prove your French skills. Instead, you can obtain a written confirmation from your educational institution, such as a transcript, diploma, official completion letter, or any document that shows you studied in French.


  • The applicant must be willing to live and work in a province or territory outside Quebec

  • The applicant must have an offer of employment in either

  • The applicant must have a French language proficiency (speaking and listening) at a CLB / NCLC level 5 or higher

  • Provide an offer of employment from a Canadian employer

  • Proof that the work location is outside Quebec (Telework or remote work for an employer who is located in Quebec is not eligible.)

  • Proof of the ability to communicate (speaking and listening) equivalent to a CLB or NCLC level 5 or higher in French. This can include, but is not limited to

  • Proof that the applicant meets the employment requirements. 

  • a high-skilled occupation in the TEER category 0, 1, 2 or 3.a low-

  • skilled occupationin the TEER category 4 and 5.

  • Test d’évaluation de français (TEF) or Test de connaissance du français (TCF) results

  • a written confirmation from a college or university in a program completed in French (such as an official letter of completion or transcript) 

  • other documents that show education in French

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