In 2016, 3,470 resettled refugees and protected persons from Asia became permanent residents. Among the listed countries, Pakistan was the largest source of refugee applicants followed by China. Together, both countries accounted for 83% of refugee immigrants from the listed Asian countries. Afghanistan, not listed below, is the largest source country of refugees from Asia Pacific Region with 1,910 refugees in 2016.
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|Immigrants from Asia - Refugees Category|
Principal Applicants and Dependants
|Hong Kong (SAR)||5||5||-||10||5|
Source: Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada, RDM as of April 2017.
2. Due to privacy considerations, the figures in this table have been subjected to random rounding. Under this method, all figures in the table are randomly rounded either up or down to multiples of *5*. All values between 0 and 5 are shown as "-". As a result of random rounding, data may not sum up to the totals indicated.
3. Refugees include government-assisted refugees, privately sponsored refugees, refugees landed in Canada, and dependants of refugees landed in Canada who live abroad.
4. The summary commentary is based on the countries listed in the table above.