Canadian Immigration for French Speakers
Many people hold the misconception that French speakers can only apply for immigration programs in French-speaking provinces such as Quebec and New Brunswick, or programs exclusively tailored for French-speaking skilled workers. However, this belief is entirely false.
Canada is a bilingual country with English and French as its official languages. While not all Canadians are bilingual, both languages are accepted at the administrative level. This means that in all federal programs and every single provincial immigration program, including those in (almost) entirely English-speaking provinces, you can always submit your French language test as evidence of your language proficiency.
For instance, a Moroccan individual who solely speaks French and doesn't know a word of English, can still apply for a program in British Columbia and provide his TEF Canada language test as long as he meets the other criteria.