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foreign nurse in Quebec

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yunick yunick (New) New

hi

i am nurse who wishes to immigrate with my family to Quebec

i would love to get some information about living on the french side

is it hard to get a job as a nurse as it hard on the British side ? (heard that's now its really taught to get a job there )

and is it hard to get a recognition for a foreign nurse , what is the process and how long does it takes ?

and what about living cost? such as accommodation , schools ? social ?

Nick

loriangel14, RN

Specializes in Acute Care, Rehab, Palliative.

French and British side of what?

You will need to be fluent in French to work in Quebec. Do a search on here as there have been many threads about immigrating to Quebec.

first of all thanks for the comment

but what i have seen after looking on the site is that all information about immigration nursing to Quebec is at least 2 years old

i would like if you could direct me, please, to link about current situation in quebec .

JustBeachyNurse, RN

Specializes in Complex pediatrics turned LTC/subacute geriatrics. Has 11 years experience.

Are you fluent in French? It doesn't matter if you work in a Francophile or Anglophile facility you need to successfully pass a French language exam to be fully licensed in Quebec. French is the official language of Quebec.

Fiona59

Has 18 years experience.

Quebec doesn't have a "British side".

A better question is do you want to embrace a Francophone lifestyle and have your children educated in French? If yes, go ahead with your plans.

If no, admit to yourself that you are only wanting to migrate to la belle province and use it as a back door into Canada because the Quebec immigration programme is more flexible.

Yunick is right. All the information is at least 2 years old. Has anyone gone through the process recently? I really just want to know how long it takes to get an answer from oiiq. How long does it take to evaluate your credentials and give an answer?

I am fluent in French. Not a problem. And I actually WANT to settle in Q.