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Processing Fees

It is common international practice to charge fees for the provision of Immigration and Visa services. These fees cover only a portion of cost associated with the processing of applications. Processing fees are non-refundable, regardless of the outcome of the visa application.

Important Note for Skilled Worker Applicants:

Please review the application guide for the Federal Skilled Worker Class to obtain information on submitting Fees for Federal Skilled Worker applications.

Payment of Fees for Applications Eligible for Submission at the Canadian High Commission, Islamabad

Bank Draft in Canadian Dollars

Payment of processing fees for the following categories of application can be done by submitting your application together with a bank draft in Canadian dollars (payable to "The Receiver General for Canada") with your complete application:

  • Permanent Resident Travel Document
  • Temporary Resident Visa (Single or Multiple Entry)
  • Study Permit
  • Work Permit
  • Temporary Resident Permit
  • Authorization to Return to Canada
  • Business Class Permanent Resident Application
  • Repayment of Deportation Expenses

Cash Payments

Payments in rupees may be made for some application categories. The fee payment must be submitted directly at one of the designated Standard Chartered Bank branches located in Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Peshawar, Quetta, Sialkot, and Faisalabad. The bank will issue two receipts -- a yellow copy for your records, and a green copy that you must submit to the Visa Section with your application.

Cash payments can be made for payments for processing the following:

  • Permanent Resident Travel Document
  • Temporary Resident Visa (Single or Multiple Entry)
  • Study Permit
  • Work Permit
  • Temporary Resident Permit
  • Authorization to Return to Canada
  • Business Class Permanent Resident Application
  • Repayment of Deportation Expenses

Please note that only the green copy will be accepted as proof of payment.

Please visit the website of Standard Chartered Bank Pakistan for more information on how to find the branch nearest to you: Standard Chartered Pakistan

Fee schedule for Non-Immigrant Visa Services
(Effective October 15, 2009)

Temporary Residence Applications
 CADPKR
Temporary Resident Visa (Single Entry)755,250
Temporary Resident Visa (Multiple Entry)15010,500
Study Permit (includes Visa)1258,700
Work Permit (includes Visa)15010,500
Transit VisaNo feeNo fee
Authorization to return to Canada40028,000
Application for Travel Document503,500
Visitor Visa Fee (Family)40028,000
Employment Authorization (Group)45031,500
Rehabilitation - Criminality(Group)20014,000
Special Situations (Do not pay these fees unless advised by us):
Temporary Resident Permit20014,000

 

Fee schedule for Immigration Services
*A maximum rate for members of a family applying for specific visitor related services at the same time and place exists. The maximum rate is currently fixed at 400 (PKR 28,000) for the following services only: Temporary Resident Visa. This family rate applies only to children under the age of 22 who are accompanying their parent(s). (Return to Text)
 CAD PKR
Skilled Worker Class (Principal Applicant)
*Please see important notice below for skilled worker applicants regarding the place and currency of application.
55038,500
Business Class (Principal Applicant)1,05073,500
Dependents and Spouses:
Spouse, or dependent age 22 and above55038,500
Dependent under age 22, who is not a spouse15010,500
Special Situations :
Authorization to return to Canada40028,000
Repayment of Deportation Expenses1,500105,000
Temporary Resident Permit20014,000
Right Of Permanent Residence fee49034,300

Right of Permanent Residence fee:

In addition to the above Immigration processing fee, all applicants and their spouse must pay a Right of Permanent Residence fee. You can pay the Right of Permanent Residence fee at the time of submission of your application or you can defer payment until your application has been approved. If you defer the payment, we will advise you when it is time to pay this fee. The Right of Permanent Residence fee is refundable if the applicant is refused, or if he or she chooses not to proceed to Canada as an immigrant.

The current Right of Permanent Residence fee is:
Each applicant and spouse .................. CAD $ 490 (Rs. 34,300)

Information about Canadian Immigration and fees is available from the Canadian High Commission or the Citizenship and Immigration website.

For Skilled Worker Applicants:

*Please note that for Skilled Worker Applicants in whose application is sent to the Centralized Intake Office in Sydney, Nova Scotia after December 1, 2008, the Right of Permanent Residence Fee will be requested by the Visa Office at a later stage if your application is approved and forwarded to a visa office, and does not need to be paid at the time of application to Sydney, Nova Scotia.

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Date Modified:
2012-11-28