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Getting Canada PR Will Be Costlier in May 2022 – Aptech Visa

by Aditya kumar Canada Immigration,Canada PR Visa

The number of Indians migrating to Canada has risen rapidly in recent years, more than doubling in the three years leading up to 2021. Indian scientists, engineers, and skilled workers will undoubtedly continue to migrate to Canada. But the table is turning now, and the Canadian government has taken a significant step from now onwards, getting Canada PR will be costlier in May 2022.

Canada will increase all permanent residence applications fees from April 30 or starting May. The cost of obtaining a permanent residence visa varies depending on the immigration program. Permanent resident applicants must pay the Right of Permanent Residence Fee (RPRF) when their applications are granted. Fee hikes will affect the economic, Spouse, and common-law partner, family, and humanitarian visa categories. The RPRF must be paid before permanent residency status can be given.

Additionally, you may be required to pay the $500 right of permanent residency cost, which will increase to $515 on April 30. Permanent resident cards, permanent resident travel documents, and certification or replacement immigration paperwork will all be charged at the same rate. This can be paid simultaneously as your application or after it has been approved. It is only given to persons who are granted permanent residency and it can be repaid if an immigration application is denied. It must, however, be paid before permanent resident status may be activated.

In two years, fees are scheduled to rise by the appropriate Consumer Price Index increase, rounded to the next $5. In 2024, the federal government is likely to announce the next fee hike. Canada, which expects to admit a record 04,32,000 new immigrants in 2022, is on track, with 108,000 newcomers welcomed in the first three months of the year.

In 2024, the federal government is likely to announce the next fee hike. Nearly 100,000 Indians became permanent residents of Canada in 2021 when the country welcomed a record 405,000 new immigrants. Over 210,000 permanent residents became Canadian citizens between 2021 and 2022.

Although there is a slight fee increase, we do not expect it to be a big issue for most candidates. The charge for all major categories of immigration to Canada has been altered, including PR residency applications, federal highly skilled, PNP programs, AIPP, Pilot Programs, and family reunification sponsorship, notwithstanding the slight increase. The cost increase is intended to keep Canada competitive and in line with fees charged by other immigrant-receiving countries.

Canada is raising its immigration targets to support post-pandemic recovery and address crucial labor shortages. This is fantastic news for Indians who wish to settle in Canada, as India is the single largest source of immigrants to the country. So grab your Canada PR from India as soon as possible. Grab the opportunity within 10 days before it’s too late. Here is the table of the increased price.

Program

Applicants

Current fee

New fee April 30, 2022

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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