Approved Canada PR visa NOC 72311 Cabinetmakers in Atlantic Provinces for 6 years 

Approved Canada PR visa NOC 72311 Cabinetmakers in Atlantic Provinces for 6 years 
 
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 NOC 72311, Title or group: Cabinetmakers for 2017 to 2022 for all Atlantic Provinces. Today is the 31/08/2023, and I am coming to you from the Polinsys studios in Cambridge, Ontario. 
 
The Province of New Brunswick accepted a total of 5 Permanent Residents in Old NOC 72311, Title or group: Cabinetmakers, for the 6 years until 2022 
 
The Province of Nova Scotia accepted a total of 17 Permanent Residents in Old NOC 72311, Title or group: Cabinetmakers, for the 6 years until 2022 
 
The Province of PEI accepted a total of 8 Permanent Residents in Old NOC 72311, Title or group: Cabinetmakers, for the 6 years until 2022 
 
The Province of Newfoundland accepted a total of 1 Permanent Residents in Old NOC 72311, Title or group: Cabinetmakers, for the 6 years until 2022 
 
If you have experience in NOC 72311 and hold the Job Title or group Cabinetmakers, and you are interested in learning about the process of participating in the Canadian Federal or Provincial Immigration program for this specific NOC code, or if you require assistance after being selected, we encourage you to reach out to us at https://myar.me/contact-us/. Our team will be pleased to assist you in navigating the immigration process professionally. 

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