Canada’s fees are and very often less expensive than countries with similar immigration processes, such as Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and the United States.
On April 30, Canada will raise the fees for all permanent residence applications.
Economic, permit holder, family, and humanitarian classes will all see fee rises.
For the first time since 2002, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) increased permanent residence fees to account for inflation in 2020. IRCC declared at the time that it will raise costs every two years to keep up with inflation. All figures are in Canadian dollars.
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The charge for obtaining a permanent residency permit does not apply to:
- the dependent children of a principal applicant or sponsor,
- sponsorship applications for adopted children,
- sponsorship applications for an orphaned brother, sister, niece, nephew or grandchild, or
- protected persons, including applicants eligible on humanitarian and compassionate grounds and convention refugees.
Permanent resident cards, permanent resident travel documents, and certification or replacement immigration documents will not have their fees raised.
Canada supports a cost-effective approach to government program funding, in which the majority of costs are covered by those who use the services, rather than taxpayers.
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