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Application Fees For Different Canada Visa

It’s important to note that when you apply for a Canada visa, you will be required to pay an application fee and any other fees that are necessary for processing. These fees are also known as Embassy Fees for Canada but are determined by the type of visa you are applying for

Permanent Residence Fees

The Permanent Residence Fees are determined by the type of program. In other words,  the fees vary from program to program, depending on the immigration you apply for.  Payment of a Right of Permanent Resident Fees (RPRF) will be required upon approval of the application. Regardless of the immigration you are putting in for, it is a must you pay this fee. Though the fee is non-refundable, it can, however, be refunded if the application is withdrawn or if the government rejects the application.

RPRF does not affect the following;

  • Application sponsored for adopted children;
  • Dependent children of the sponsor or applicant;
  • Application sponsored for an orphaned sister, brother, nephew/niece;
  • Protected persons.

The fee, however, costs $490.

Stated below are the six types of fees:

  • Business Immigration Fees
  • These are grouped into three and the fees apply for all three;
  • Self-employed
  • Quebec Business Immigration
  • Start-up visa.

 

The cost of a Permanent Residence Application is  $1540 (RPRF $490 inclusive). However, it will cost $1050 without the RPRF. Subsequently, it costs $825 without RPRF, when you apply for a spouse/common-law partner while it costs $225 for dependent children.

Note: it may be required for those applying to certain provincial immigration programs to pay additional processing fees as determined by the provincial immigration authority.

Economic Immigration Fees

These are fees which apply for;

  • Atlantic immigration pilot;
  • Caregivers;
  • Canadian Experience Class;
  • Federal Skilled Trades;
  • Federal Skilled Workers;
  • Quebec-selected skilled workers;
  • Provincial Nominee;
  • Express Entry.

 

The Application for Permanent Residence costs $1040 (it includes the RPRF $490). However, it will cost $550 without the RPRF. Subsequently, the fee for applying for spouse/common-law partner is $550 without RPRF. it costs $150 for dependent children.

Note:  it may be required of those applying to certain provincial immigration programs to pay additional processing fees as determined by the provincial immigration authority.

Humanitarian and Compassionate Immigration Fees

The Application for Permanent Residence costs $1040 (it includes the RPRF $490). However, it will cost $550 without the RPRF. Subsequently, the fee for applying for an n-law partner is $550 without RPRF. Also, for dependent children, it costs $150.

Protected Person Fees

The Application for Permanent Residence costs $550. However, it will cost $550 without the RPRF. Subsequently, the fee for applying for spouse/common-law partner is $550 without RPRF. Also, for dependent children, it costs $150.

 

Permit Holders Fees

The Application for Permanent Residence costs $815, (it includes the RPRF $490). It will cost $325 without the RPRF.

Permanent Resident Card Fees

You need to have a permanent resident card when you are given permanent residence. The card is delivered to you only at an address in Canada and not to an international address. It costs $50.

 

Temporary Residence Fees

It is important to note that processing fees for permanent residence varies across different programs. Also, the fees for processing temporary residence differs which depends on the type of visa. They are given to international visitors to Canada. There are 5 types of visa fees as explained below;

Visitor Visa Fee

It costs $100 per person to apply for the visitor’s visa (including super visa) for single or multiple entries. Also, a family of 5 (must apply at the same time and dependent children below 22 years) for single or multiple entries costs $500. However, all applications must be submitted at the same time. An extension,  however, costs $100 per person. Restoring the application costs $200.

 

Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) Fees

Visa-exempt for travelers who are not Canadian citizens or permanent residents will be subject to a $7 eTA fee. This does not however guarantee entry into Canada.

Work Permit Fees

The cost of application for a work permit is $155 per person (includes extension application).  An artist who is 3 or more wishing to apply must apply at the same time and it costs $465. It costs $355 to restore the permit. The open work permit costs $100 per person.

Study Permit Fees

Students planning to further their education in Canada will be required to pay some fees. It costs $150 per person to get a study permit while restoring it will cost $350. Some Schools or Universities in Canada provide student scholarships that cover transportation and other expenses.

Biometrics Fees

It is pertinent that applicants submitting the following applications include fingerprints and a photo. the Embassy will be part of your Canada visa cost. 

Biometrics fee per person costs $85 and $170 for a family of two or more. Also, it will cost $255 for a group of artists.