|For primary applicant
|For spouse or partner
||168 per child
Next to economic class, Provincial Nominee Program allows the entry of eligible immigrants in all Canadian provinces except Quebec to meet the shortage of skilled workers in the labor market. In total there are 11 Provincial nominee programs and the exact Canada PR fees depends on the Canadian province, an individual is immigrating. The following is the general idea of processing fee of Canada PR through PNP:
|For primary applicant
|For spouse or partner
||150 per child
Ontario Immigration Nominee Program (OINP) Fees:
Ontario offers job opportunities in multiple occupations like electrical and electronics engineer, database analysts, web designers, graphic designers and more. So immigrating to the province of Ontario helps you to enhance your professional graph. An estimated fee structure including key charges is $ 1500 (CAD) for the primary applicant for the immigration process to Ontario in Canada.
Saskatchewan Immigration Nominee Program (SINP) Fees:
Saskatchewan offers provincial nominations to foreign nationals through multiple categories and subcategories of Saskatchewan Immigration Nominee Program (SINP) at affordable Processing fee. An estimated Saskatchewan PR fee structure including key charges is $300 (CAD) for the primary applicant for the immigration process to Saskatchewan in Canada.
Apart from the Processing charges few other charges that are included in the immigration list are:
- Right to Permanent Resident Fee –
When the application for Canada Permanent Residence gets approved, an individual (except dependent children of primary applicant or sponsor, adopted child, orphaned child, brother, sister, niece, nephew, grandchild) needs to pay Right to permanent Resident fee. It is around CAD $ 490 and can be paid at the same time of payment of application fee to avoid delays.
In general, the airplane ticket per person costs around CAD $ 1300 to CAD $ 1800. However, these figures may vary according to country, from where an individual is migrating to Canada.
IELTS stands for International English Language Testing System. It is a globally recognized language proficiency test which tests an individual linguistic knowledge in English. It has four assessments – writing, speaking, listening and reading. Each immigration candidate needs to show IELTS scorecard to move to Canada as Permanent Residents. Currently the registration fee for IELTS costs 13,250 in INR per person.
- Education Credential Assessment (ECA):
All those candidates who have completed their education Canada, need to submit ECA report from a recognized organization like WES (World Education Service). An ECA report is required to show certifications, qualified by the candidate is equivalent to that of the Canadian education system. It is valid for a maximum of five years and costs around CAD $ 200.
These charges are additional, however, required. Passport charges costs around 1000 to 2000 INR per person.
Immigration, Refugees and Canadian citizenship (IRCC) makes medical examination compulsory for every immigrant after landing on Canadian soil to avoid risks of spread of disease among the population. The average charge for medical examination per person is around CAD $ 250.
- Police Clearance Certificate (PCC):
Similarly to Medical examination, IRCC makes PCC compulsory for every immigrant to ensure that he/she does not have any past criminal record or legal history. The average cost for PCC is around CAD $ 15 per person.
Overall, the total charge for Canada PR may take around CAD $ 1500 to CAD $ 1800 for a one-time application. Sometimes, aspirants are not able to qualify for Canada PR for the first time; they need to bear certain expenses for the next time. So, it’s better to check your eligibility and calculate your points before investing your hard-earned money in immigration application process. In case of any query contact our Canada immigration experts.
What are the documents that you need to show in order to immigrate to Canada?
The following is the list of documents you will need to show after the selection for Canada Permanent Residency card.
- Valid Passport
- Your recent photographs
- Proof of funds
- Medical certificate
- Police clearance certificate
Proof of funds:
The government of Canada requires proof of funds to ensure that the applicant is financially stable to meet his/her daily expenses in Canada after immigration. The amount for funds depends on the family members come to Canada along primary applicant.
The following is the list for minimum required funds for immigration to Canada.
|Number of family members
||Funds required in Canadian dollars
Note: Borrowed money or equity on real property cannot be taken as proof of funds
Who needs to show proof of funds?
For some immigration programs including categories of Federal Express Entry program – Federal Skilled Worker Class (FSWC) and Federal Skilled Trades Class (FSTC), it is necessary to show proof of funds.
Who does not need to show Proof of funds?
- An individual having a valid job offer from a Canadian employer
- An individual having authority or permit to work in Canada
- An individual meeting all Canadian Experience Class Program eligibility points
Documents accepted as proof of funds for Canada Immigration process:
- Bank account details
- Outstanding loans details
- Credit card statements
What is the processing time for Canada PR?
As compared to other immigration programs, Canada Express Entry shows the fastest PR processing time. It hardly takes six months for processing of applications; however, improper documentation, delay in response, longer verification process and more retard the processing time for Canada PR. So to avoid unwanted delays, contact our immigration experts and process your applications as quickly as possible.