May 17, 2022

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Canada is raising visa prices from this weekend, how much is left?

With the new changes facing Colombia in the coming days, for example the 2022 presidential election, many are considering relocating to other countries if their candidate is not selected. Although there are many places in the world, Canada is still the best, one of the most desirable.

Therefore, lovers of this country should take into account the latest changes that will be made from the end of this month.

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC), to manage the rising costs of providing programs and services, Permanent residence fees will increase for most economic resettlement programsExcluding caregivers, from April 30, 2022.

The IRCC, on the other hand, states that the permanent residence fee has not increased since 2002 and does not reflect the increase in inflation over the past 18 years or the increased cost of permanent residence operations and operations.

To manage the rising costs of providing projects and services, the fee for permanent residence will increase. – Photo: Getty Images / iStockPhoto

“The April 30 increase will affect applicants for most economic permanent resident immigration programs, excluding caregivers. From 2022, fees for all applications for permanent residence, including economics, family and humanitarian programs, will be automatically adjusted for inflation every 2 years, ”the IRCC said.

“In most cases, Canada’s tariffs are significantly cheaper than countries with immigration systems such as Australia and New Zealand.United Kingdom and the United States ”, the government explains.

Current prices

  • Visitor visa per person ($ 100 Canadian).
  • Family Visitor Visa (Fees applicable for families 5 or older) (C $ 500).
  • Study Permit ($ 150 Canadian).
  • Temporary Residence Permit ($ 200).
  • Work permit ($ 155).
  • Work Permit- per group (3 or more) ($ 465).
  • Visitor visa per person ($ 100 Canadian).
  • Family Visitor Visa (Fees applicable for families 5 or older) (C $ 500).
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Cost of living in Canada

Some information on the cost of living in Canada, through a portal that specializes in travel, Foreigners:

  • Lunch menu (including drinks) for the day in the most expensive part of town: C $ 20
  • Full menu at fast food restaurant (big Mac menu or similar): C $ 12
  • 500 g (1 lb.) Chicken breast: C $ 8
  • 1 liter (1 Qt.) Whole milk: C $ 2.88
  • 12 eggs, large: C $ 4.55
  • 1 kg (2 lbs.) Tomatoes: C $ 4.22
  • 500g (16 oz.) National cheese: C $ 9
  • 1 kg (2 lbs.) Apples: C $ 4.15
  • 1 kg (2 lbs.) Of potatoes: C $ 2.85
  • 0.5 l (16 oz) domestic beer at the supermarket: C $ 3.63
  • 1 bottle of good quality red table wine: C $ 18
  • 2 liters of Coke: C $ 2.61
  • Bread for two, 1 day: C $ 2.41
  • Rental of 85m2 Furnished Apartment in Expensive Area of ​​City: C $ 2,711
  • Rent of 85 m2 apartment in a normal part of the city: C $ 2,126
  • Light, water and electricity for 2 people in an 85m2 apartment: C $ 246
  • Rent a 45m2 fitted studio in the more expensive part of the city: C $ 1,729
  • The rent for the 45m2 studio is in a modest part of the city: C $ 1,434
  • Light, water and electricity per person in a 45m2 studio: C $ 156
  • Internet 8 mbps (1 month): C $ 71
  • 40-Inch Flat Screen TV: C $ 397
  • 800/900 watt microwave (Bosch, Panasonic, LG, Sharp, or equivalent): C $ 180
  • Liquid soap (3 l. ~ 100 oz.): C $ 10
  • One hour cost of domestic cleaning service: C $ 26