Canada Visa Fees
The fee for a permanent or temporary residence visa is determined by the number of family members accompanying the principal applicant. They are independent of any payment made to a competent authority, such as a lawyer. Please note that IRCC has the right to change these fees. Most visa applications must include the government processing fee required by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC).
Canadian Visa Fees for Indians
Regardless of your citizenship or place of origin, these fees remain the same. An Indian who is a lawful permanent citizen of the United States and holds a green card will not need to apply for a visa, but will need to obtain an ETA (Electronic Travel Authorization) to enter the Canadian zone. You will need to undergo a medical examination by a panel of qualified doctors. A medical test will cost you CAD 70. The biometric fees for a Canadian visa are as follows
85 per person
170 per household (two or more people).
255 per group of three or more artists.
You must also obtain a Police Clearance Certificate (PCC) stating that you have no criminal history. This will cost you $10 CAD.
Canadian visa fee for the work permit (including renewals) – $155 per person. Then the work permit (including renewals) – each unit (3 or more performing artists). In addition, a group of three or more performers registering at the same time and place pays a maximum of CAD 465.
The visitor’s visa fee for Canada is C$100 per person. You will have to pay an additional CAD 85 if you need to provide biometric data. Therefore, the total cost of the single application for this visa is 185 Canadian dollars.
In addition, you will have to pay the passport processing fee, which is approximately 45 Canadian dollars.
PR Visa Fees
Canada Visa Application Fee The fee for the PR visa is $825. The fee for an additional application (which can be your spouse’s) is $825. The fee is $225 for each dependent child under the age of 22. The RPRF (landing fee) is $500 per adult. Due to fluctuating exchange rates, the cost of a PR visa from Canada in Indian rupees varies. On the other hand, the processing fee for PR visa applications to Canada from India is relatively stable. However, the processing fee for Canada visa is 1575 CAD. Contact our experts with your requirements to get a real-time estimate of your permanent resident visa processing fee. You can also get a correct estimate based on your personal needs. Let’s assume that for 5 documents, the Embassy fee in Canada is 250 CAD, but the price is supposed to depend on you.
Right of Permanent Residence Fee
Applicants for permanent residence must pay the Right of Permanent Residence Fee (RPRF) when their application is accepted. The RPRF must be paid before permanent residence status can be granted. The fees are the same as those mentioned above.
All applicants for permanent residence are subject to the RPRF, with the exception of the following persons
Protected persons, including Convention refugees
and dependent children of a principal applicant or his sponsors, a minor in care, or an orphaned brother, sister, niece, nephew or grandchild.
Application fees for a student visa to Canada
Based on the current exchange rate, a Study Permit to Canada costs 150 CAD, or approximately 8,873 INR (as indicated on the CIC website). As the exchange rate fluctuates, we recommend that you check this when you apply for your visa. In addition, the cost of the visa does not include the service fee for the visitor centre.
You must provide proof of payment of the fee and the specified cost of living of CAD 10,000 when you complete the application form. If you wish to apply for Quebec, you will need CAD 11,000 for each year you wish to stay. The application fee for a visa in Ontario is CAD 160. You will have to pay any additional service fees that apply to your place of residence. Students must pay a biometric fee of 85 CAD after submitting their visa application.
To confirm your acceptance into a Canadian university, you will need to submit your English proficiency score. TOEFL, IELTS and other tests are also available. You will need to show proof of money when you apply for a study permit.
Under the current requirements, you must show that you will be able to pay your tuition fees and cover your living expenses. According to Canadian immigration, a student will need at least 10,000 CAD for each year of their stay. In addition to the above two requirements, the student must also demonstrate that he or she has the necessary liquidity to make a reasonable return. In addition, our experts will help you with any questions you may have about Canada visa fees if you need them.
Our RCIC, Mr Paul Abraham, has been a player in this particular aspect. He is therefore the best person to guide you through the process. The PAIC team will handle your immigration application from start to finish. Please visit our website for further advice.
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