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Processing Fees for the Visa and Immigration Section in Islamabad

Note for applicants from Afghanistan: All processing fees must be paid from within Pakistan.

New applications: Processing fees must be paid when the application is submitted. The payment (bank draft in Canadian Dollars or green copy of receipt of cash payment) must be attached to the application form. Refer to the fee schedule for current rates. Just before paying, check this webpage again for the up-to-date information. Processing fees are non-refundable, regardless of the outcome of the visa application.

Current applications: If you are paying additional fees for an application currently being processed in Islamabad, the payment (bank draft in Canadian Dollars or green copy of receipt of cash payment) must be attached to the letter from our office requesting the additional payment.

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.

Multiple entry visa: If you plan to visit Canada multiple times in the near future (for example on business or to visit family), you should consider applying for a multiple entry temporary resident visa. You may be granted a visa valid for up to 10 years or until your passport expires, whichever comes first. If you wish to come to Canada to visit a child or grandchild, you may wish to apply for a Super Visa.

Fee Schedule

Temporary Residence Applications
as of February 6, 2014
DescriptionCAN$PKR
Individual - Multiple Entry10010,000
Individual - single entry10010,000
Family Rate - maximum50050,000
Study Permit (fee includes temporary resident visa, if required)15015,000
Work Permit (fee includes temporary resident visa, if required)15515,500
Work permit - Group of 3 or more Performing Artists46546,500
Transit Visa (for less than 48 hours in Canada)freefree
 
Biometric Fee (If Required)*
 DescriptionCAN$PKR
Individual858 500  
Family17017 000
Group25525 500

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

 
PERMANENT RESIDENCE APPLICATIONS*PKR

Skilled Worker, Provincial Nominee, Family Class

   Applicant: $550 (processing fee) + $490 (Right of Permanent Resident Fee - RPRF)

55,000 (Processing Fee) +
49,000 (RPRF)

   Spouse/Partner: $550 (processing fee) + $490 (RPRF)

55,000

   Dependant 22 yrs and over

55,000

   Dependant under 22 yrs

105,000 (Processing Fee) +
49,000 (RPRF)

Entrepreneur, Investor, Self-Employed

   Applicant: $1050 (processing fee) + $490 (RPRF)

99750 (Processing Fee) + 46550 (RPRF)

   Spouse/partner: $550 (processing fee) + $490 (RPRF)

55,000

   Dependant 22 yrs and over

55,000

   Dependant under 22 yrs

15,000

 
OTHER APPLICATIONSCAN$PKR

Travel Document for Permanent Residents

50

5,000

Replacement or certification of an immigration document

30

3,000

Temporary Resident Permit

200

20,000

Authorization to Return to Canada

400

40,000

Rehabilitation for:

 Criminality

200

20,000

 Serious Criminality

1000

100,000

Repayment of Removal Expenses:

USA, St. Pierre and Miquelon

750

75,000

 Any Other Destination

1500

150,000

Right of Permanent Residence Fee (RPRF)

Applicants for permanent residence can pay the Right of Permanent Residence Fee ($490 or Rs. 34300) at the time they submit their application or at a later date when requested. The processing fee is still required when submitting an application.

The following applicants are not required to pay the RPRF:

  • dependent children of a principal applicant or sponsor, a child to be adopted, or an orphaned brother, sister, niece, nephew or grandchild;
  • protected persons, including Convention refugees.

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Date Modified:
2014-02-05