Permanent Residence Applications approved for Canadian Permanent Residence for Old NOC code 21310, Title or group: Electrical and electronics engineers in the Atlantic Province of PEI for past 6 years from 2017 to 2022 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 Old NOC 21310, Title or group: Electrical and electronics engineers for 6 years from 2017 to 2022 for the province of PEI. Today is the 31/03/2023, and I am coming to you from the Polinsys studios in Cambridge, Ontario. The Province of PEI accepted 5 in 2017, 0 in 2018, 2 in 2019, 3 in 2020, 1 in 2021 & 3 in 2022. We are discussing figures for NOC code 21310, Title or group: Electrical and electronics engineers. The total for the 6 years until 2022 was 14 and the average intake of Permanent Residents who are OLD NOC 21310, in the province of PEI for the past 6 years was 2.3333333333333 for the past 6 years
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