Canada Permanent Residence Family Class (Spouses, Dependent Children, Parents & Grandparents) Data. Total Applications from 2018 to 2022 & Success rate Data about Egypt applicants

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Good day ladies and gentlemen, this is IRC news, and I am Joy Stephen, an authorized Canadian Immigration practitioner bringing out this data analysis on the number of applicants approved for Canadian Permanent Residence for multiple years based on your country of Citizenship. I am coming to you from the Polinsys studios in Cambridge, Ontario Canada processed a total of 647 applications from Egypt nationals in 2018 for Canadian Permanent Residence under Family Class which includes (Spouses, Dependent Children, Parents & Grandparents) programs with a 88% success rate. Total of 607 applicants from Egypt nationals in 2019 under all Family Class  programs with a 91% success rate. Total of 296 applicants from Egypt nationals in 2020 under all Family Class  programs with a 93% success rate. Total of 696 applicants from Egypt nationals in 2021 under all Family Class  programs with a 95% success rate. Total of 629 applicants from Egypt nationals in 2022 under all Family Class  programs with a 92% success rate. If you have an interest in acquiring comprehensive insights into the The Canadian Federal Express Entry program or Canadian Federal or Provincial Immigration programs, or should you require guidance post-selection, we cordially invite you to connect with us via https://myar.me/c We strongly recommend attending our complimentary Zoom resource meetings conducted every Thursday. We kindly request you to peruse the available resources diligently. Subsequently, should any queries arise, our team of Canadian Authorized Representatives is readily available to address your concerns during the weekly AR’s Q&A session held on Fridays. You can find the details for both these meetings at https://myar.me/zoom Our dedicated team is committed to providing you with professional assistance in navigating the immigration process. Additionally, IRCNews offers valuable insights on selecting a qualified representative to advocate on your behalf with the Canadian Federal or Provincial governments, accessible at https://ircnews.ca/consultant.