Permanent Residence Fees All Set To Increase From April 30, 2024

Permanent Residence Fees All Set To Increase From April 30, 2024

 

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The Canadian immigration authorities have confirmed that the permanent residence fees in Canada will rise as of April 30, 2024. 

Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has announced the fee adjustment, a process that is transparent and open, as it will be determined by the cumulative percentage increase in the Consumer Price Index for Canada, as published by Statistics Canada.

Prepare for a wide-ranging impact as the fee increases will affect a diverse set of applicant categories. These include the Right of Permanent Residence Fee, Federal Skilled Workers, Provincial Nominee Program, Quebec Skilled Workers, Atlantic Immigration Class, and most economic pilots (Rural, Agri-Food). 

It also includes the Live-in Caregiver Program, caregivers pilots (Home Child Provider Pilot and Home Support Worker Pilot), Business (federal and Quebec), Family reunification (spouses, partners, and children; parents and grandparents; and other relatives), Protected persons, Humanitarian and compassionate consideration / Public policy, and Permit holders.

The right of Permanent Residence Fee for principal applicants and accompanying spouses or common-law partners will rise from $515 to $575. Similarly, the fee for Federal Skilled Workers, Provincial Nominee Program, Quebec Skilled Workers, Atlantic Immigration Class, and most economic pilots (Rural, Agri-Food) will increase from $850 to $950 for principal applicants and accompanying spouse or common-law partner.

According to the IRCC, these fee adjustments are made in accordance with Canada’s Immigrant and Refugee Protection Regulations. 

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