Visa Crunch

Canada: Canadian Immigration Fees Rising

Effective April 30, 2022, application fees for all permanent residence matters will be increasing. These fees will include categories such as family class, business classes, humanitarian classes, permit holders, and most importantly for those who deal with foreign workers and other potential skilled worker permanent residence applicants.

With regard to principal applicants in: federal high skilled programs, provincial nominees and Quebec skilled worker programs, the ‘Atlantic Immigration Class’, and a majority of economic pilot programs (Rural, Agri-Food), fees will increase from $825CDN to $850CDN.

Furthermore, the Right of Permanent Residence Fee (ROPRF- an additional fee payable by all such applicants) will increase from $500CDN to $515CDN. (Which is a total increase from $1325CDN to $1365CDN.)

Additionally, dependents will also see a fee increase. Accompanying spouses/common-law partners’ fees will increase from $825CDN to $850CDN (and will have the same increase as the ROPRF), and accompanying children’s fees will also experience inflation from $225CDN to $230CDN.

The full PR fee list may be found here and should be consulted as the categories other than economic class have also increased.

Legal Disclaimer: This article is provided for information purposes only.

Read all the Latest News here. Follow us on FacebookTwitterInstagram, and LinkedIn.

Subscribe to get the latest news and updates.

No Spam, we promise.

Add comment

Follow us

Don't be shy, get in touch. We love meeting interesting people and making new friends.

Most popular

Most discussed


Book your appoinment today!