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Key Points

  • Canada will increase its immigration-related fees at the end of April 2024, with fees intended to remain in place until March 2026

Immigration Fee Increases

The government of Canada will increase its immigration application fees on April 30, 2024.

Current Fees
New Fees
Right of Permanent Residence Fee
Principal Applicant and Accompanying Spouse or Common-Law Partner
CAD $515
CAD $575
Family Reunification (Spouses, Partners, and Children; Parents and Grandparents; and Other Relatives)
Sponsorship Fee
CAD $75
CAD $85
Sponsored Principal Applicant
CAD $490
CAD $545
Sponsored Child (Principal Applicant Under 22 Years Old and not a Spouse/Partner)
CAD $75
CAD $85
Accompanying Spouse or Common-Law Partner
CAD $570
CAD $635
Accompanying Dependent Child
CAD $155
CAD $175
Permit Holders
Principal Applicant
CAD $335
CAD $375

For a complete list of fee increases, check here. According to the government, fee increases are calculated by the cumulative percentage increase to the Consumer Price Index for Canada, published by Statistics Canada, rounded to the nearest five dollars for the two previous years.

Looking Ahead

Continue to check the government of Canada’s website for the latest updates and information.

Written by: Jessie Butchley, Global Immigration Writer, Envoy Global
Source: Government of Canada

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