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  1. MaryJane

    IRCC PR Application Statistics

    After a while, it's no longer exciting to watch the EE scores going up and down (or staying the same really). We need some other information to get our teeth into. The open data on IRCC information offers some more insight. Here's some (maybe not that fun yet still) interesting fact: PR visas issued in 2015 for South Africans = 958 out of 295,700 (total PRs issued in the world) PR visas issued from Jan to Mar 2016 for South Africans = 320 out of 89,712 ***See, Pretoria is doing something*** But where do most South Africans choose to settle? PR admissions into provinces and territories in 2015: South Africans seem to like Alberta (AB) a lot --- 265 of them went there. Second place is British Columbia (BC) with 245, and Ontario (ON) a close third with 240 PRs. The rest had the following: Manitoba (MB) - 30; Newfoundland and Labrador (NL) - 10; Nova Scotia (NS) - 15; PEI - 5; Quebec (QC) - 25; Saskatchewan (SK) - 120; New Brunswick (NB), Northwest Territories (NT), Nunavut (NT), Yukon (YT) - all had 0 For 2016 Q1 so far: AB - 105; BC - 35; MB - 10; ON - 70; SK - 45 If you wanna do some other stats, here's where you can find the rest of the open data information - http://open.canada.ca/data/en/dataset/0186868b-a04d-4a0e-962e-bdfbac51bfb3 The reports are updated regularly.