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Fees

If you are applying as:

Family class applications: All applications for sponsored family class members must be submitted to the Case Processing Centre in Canada. For more information on how to pay and where to submit your application, please refer to the Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) website.

Economic Class applications: All applicants in the economic classes must submit their initial application to the Centralized Intake Office (CIO) in Canada. For more information on how to pay, visit the Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) website.

Temporary Resident applicants using the VAC: may pay the processing fee at the closest Scotia Bank in Mexico or Banco Mercantil in Venezuela. Receipts are valid for one year only. Refer to the VAC web site for detailed instructions.

All applicants to the visa office in Mexico (including persons residing in Venezuela, Aruba, Bonaire, Curaçao, Colombia, Ecuador, and Haiti):

  • If you are paying in Canadian dollars, the money order or certified cheque should be addressed to the: “Receiver General for Canada”. Please take note of the following:

    • Do not write on the back of the bank draft or certified cheque.
    • Only money orders containing the name and complete address of the Canadian bank will be accepted.
    • Our office does not accept cheques or money orders issued by currency exchange offices.
  • If you are paying in Mexican pesos, the money order or certified cheque should be made payable to: “Embajada de Canadá”. Please take note of the following:

    • Do not write on the back of the money order or certified cheque.
    • If you are paying with a certified cheque, it must have 2 signatures and the 2 code numbers of the bank officers, except for Banamex. In this case, only 1 signature and 1 code number of the bank officer is accepted.
    • If you are paying with a money order, it must have 2 signatures and the 2 code numbers of the bank officer, except for Banamex and Bancomer. In those cases, only 1 signature and 1 code number of the bank officer is accepted.

Other instructions:

  • Cheques must have been recently issued.
  • Your payment must accompany your application.
  • Applications received without the correct processing fee will be returned to the client.

Fee Schedule

Temporary Residence Applications
as of February 6, 2014
DescriptionCAN$MXNVEF
Individual1001180630
Family Rate - maximum50059003150
Study Permit (fee includes temporary resident visa, if required)1501770945
Work Permit (fee includes temporary resident visa, if required)1551830975
Work permit - Group of 3 or more Performing Artists46554852930
Transit Visa (for less than 48 hours in Canada)freefreefree
 
Permanent Residence Applications
Description  CAN$MXN VEF
Skilled Worker, Provincial Nominee, Family Class, Quebec-selected
Applicant: (processing fee)5506,480N/A
Right of Permanent Resident Fee - RPRF4905,770N/A
Spouse/Partner: (processing fee)5506,480N/A
Dependant 22 yrs and over5506,480N/A
Dependant under 22 yrs1501,770N/A
Business Immigrants (outside Quebec)
Applicant: (processing fee)1,05012,370N/A
Right of Permanent Resident Fee - RPRF4905,770N/A
Spouse/partner: (processing fee)5506,480N/A
Dependant 22 yrs and over5506,480N/A
Dependant under 22 yrs1501,770N/A
*For family class application, RPRF must be paid at the CPC (Case Processing Center). All other RPRF payments should be made at the visa office where application was submitted.
*Fees for dependents who have been added to the application after the application has been transferred to an overseas visa office should be made directly to that visa office.
 
Biometric Fee (If Required)*
DescriptionCAN$MXNVEF
Individual851005535
Family17020051070
Group25530101605

*Note: If you need to give your biometrics, the $85 CAD biometric fee covers the VAC service charge. Additional VAC services are not covered.

 
Other Applications
Description CAN$MXN VEF
Travel document for permanent resident50590315
Replacement or certification of an immigration document30350N/A
Temporary resident permit2002,355N/A
Authorization to return to Canada4004,710N/A
Rehabilitation for:
Criminality2002,355N/A
Serious criminality1,00011,800N/A
Repayment of Removal Expenses:
Other destinations1,50017,700N/A

Notes

Study Permit and Work Permit

A study permit or work permit comes with a multiple entry visa in cases where a visa is required.  No extra fee is required to obtain the visa.

Right of Permanent Residence Fee (RPRF)

Applicants for permanent residence can pay the right of permanent residence fee ($490) at the time they submit their application or at a later date when requested. The processing fee is still required when submitting an application.

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Date Modified:
2014-03-04