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    Canada Increases Permanent Residency Fees from April 30, 2022

    Apr 06,2022

    Canada Increases Permanent Residency Fees from April 30, 2022

    The Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has announced to increase in the Permanent Residency Fees, and that will be effective from April 30, 2022. This increment will be applicable on

    • Economic Class,
    • Permit Holders
    • Family Class
    • Humanitarian Class

    As per the April 30, 2020 amendment, Except for the Caregiver Program, this fees increment will be affected most economic immigration programs.

    In April 2020, it was the first time when the IRCC has increased their Permanent Residency fees since 2002. The reason given by Canada Immigration was increasing inflation, and they announced that the immigration fees would be increased every 2 years to adjust for inflation. Here is the class-wise full bifurcation in this article.

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    Current And New Permanent Residence Fees (Applicable from April 30, 2022)

    Program Applicants Current Fee New Fee
    Right of Permanent Residence Fee Principal applicant and accompanying spouse or common-law partner

    $500

    $515

    Federal High Skilled, Provincial Nominee Program and Quebec Skilled Workers, Atlantic Immigration Class and most Economic Pilots (Rural, Agri-Food) Principal applicant

    $825

    $850

    Accompanying spouse or common-law partner

    $825

    $850

    Accompanying dependent child

    $225

    $230

    Live-in Caregiver Program and Caregivers Pilots (Home Child Provider Pilot and Home Support Worker Pilot) Principal applicant

    $550

    $570

    Accompanying spouse or common-law partner

    $550

    $570

    Accompanying dependent child

    $150

    $155

    Business (Federal and Quebec) Principal applicant

    $1,575

    $1,625

    Accompanying spouse or common-law partner

    $825

    $850

    Accompanying dependent child

    $225

    $230

    Family Reunification (Spouses, Partners and Children; Parents and Grandparents; and other relatives) Sponsorship fee

    $75

    $75

    Sponsored principal applicant

    $475

    $490

    Sponsored dependent child

    $75

    $75

    Accompanying spouse or common-law partner

    $550

    $570

    Accompanying dependent child

    $150

    $155

    Protected Persons Principal applicant

    $550

    $570

    Accompanying spouse or common-law partner

    $550

    $570

    Accompanying dependent child

    $150

    $155

    Humanitarian and Compassionate / Public Policy Principal applicant

    $550

    $570

    Accompanying spouse or common-law partner

    $550

    $570

    Accompanying dependent child

    $150

    $155

    Permit Holders Principal applicant

    $325

    $335

     

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    As per the above-mentioned the fees increment has segregated into a different class. Canada Permanent Residence Visa includes the listed below classes.

    Business Immigration

    • Quebec business immigration
    • Self-employed people
    • Start-up visa

    Caregivers

    • Live-in Caregiver Program
    • Home Child Care Provider Pilot (without the work permit fee)
    • Home Support Worker Pilot (without the work permit fee)

    Economic Immigration (Including Express Entry)

    • Agri-food pilot
    • Atlantic immigration pilot
    • Atlantic immigration program
    • Canadian experience class
    • Federal skilled workers
    • Federal skilled trades
    • Provincial nominee
    • Rural and northern immigration pilot
    • Quebec-selected skilled workers

    Humanitarian and Compassionate

    • Health-care worker permanent residence pathway
    • Pathway to permanent residence
    • Temporary public policy for Hong Kong residents
    • Temporary resident to permanent resident pathway (TR to PR pathway)

    Permit Holders Class

    • inadmissible foreign nationals (Based upon humanitarian and compassionate ground)

    Protected Person

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    Conclusion

    Since the year 2002, the IRCC has not increased their fees because the government of Canada believes in a cost-effective approach and provides financial aid to government programs but in the last 18 years, the cost of Canada Permanent Residency operation and the process has increased a lot. As a result, on April 30, 2020, Canada Immigration has made this announcement that to manage the increasing programs and servicing costs the IRCC is increasing the Permanent Residency fees for most of the economic immigration programs, only the caregiver program has been put out of the list. However, Canada’s visa fees are considerably low than the countries like Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and the United States.