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How much does it cost to immigrate to Canada

21 October, 2021

How much does it cost to immigrate to Canada

That's a question we get every day: how much does it cost to immigrate to Canada?

We have prepared a list with the main expenses for those who want to immigrate through EXPRESS ENTRY AND PROVINCIAL PROGRAMS.

Check it out below:

 

SINGLE

Usually, a single applicant would need the approximate  CAD $15,420 to immigrate to Canada, including proof of funds, government fees and other expenses.

Get to know the average costs, in Canadian Dollars:
*- Language test - CAD$280-310 (English) and $380-$440 (French)
- IELTS: $310
- CELPIP: $280 + Provincial taxes
- TEF Canada: $440
- TCF Canada: $380
- ECA (Education Credential Assessment) - CAD$200-CAD$345 - It does not apply for Doctors of Medicine and Pharmacists 

- Biometric - CAD$ 85
- Medical Exams -  CAD$250-CAD$300 (Canada)

- Application processing fee - CAD$ 825
- Right of permanent residence fee - CAD$ 500
- Other expenses (translations, notaries, etc) - approximately CA $200 
- Proof of funds (not applicable to all immigration programs): CAD$ $12,960


Applying through a provincial program (PNP)

Get to know the fees, by province:

- Alberta (AINP) - CAD$ 500
- British Columbia (BC PNP) - CAD$ 1,150
- Manitoba (MPNP) - CAD$ 500
- New Brunswick (MBPNP) - CAD$ 250
- Newfoundland and Labrador (NLPNP) - CAD$ 250
- Nova Scotia (NSNP) - CAD$ 0
- Ontario (OINP) - CAD$ 1,500 ou CAD$ 2,000
- Prince Edward Island (PEIPNP) - CAD$ 300
- Saskatchewan (SINP) - CAD$ 350

 

COUPLE

Usually, a couple would need the approximate $20,000 CAD to immigrate to Canada, including proof of funds, government fees and other expenses.

Get to know the average costs, in Canadian Dollars:
- Language test - around CAD$ 560 - CAD$620 English and CAD$760 - CAD$ 880 French
- ECA (Education Credential Assessment) - around CAD$ 400 - CAD$690
- Biometrics - CAD$ 170
- Medical exams - around CAD$500 - CAD$600


- Application processing fee - CAD$ 1,650
- Right of permanent residence fee - CAD$ 1,000
- Other expenses (translations, notaries, etc) - Approximately $400 
- Proof of funds (not applicable to all immigration programs): CAD$ 16,135


Get to know the fees, by province:
- Alberta (AINP) - CAD$ 500
- British Columbia (BC PNP) - CAD$ 1,150
- Manitoba (MPNP) - CAD$ 500
- New Brunswick (MBPNP) - CAD$ 250
- Newfoundland and Labrador (NLPNP) - CAD$ 250
- Nova Scotia (NSNP) - CAD$ 0
- Ontario (OINP) - CAD$ 1,500 ou CAD$ 2,000
- Prince Edward Island (PEIPNP) - CAD$ 300
- Saskatchewan (SINP) - CAD$ 350

 

FAMILY

Usually, a family of 4 would need the approximate $30,000 CAD to immigrate to Canada, including proof of funds, government fees and other expenses.

Get to know the average costs, in Canadian Dollars:
- Language test - CAD$ 600
- ECA (Education Credential Assessment) - CAD$ 400
- Biometrics - CAD$ 170
- Medical exams - CAD$ 400


- Application processing fee - CAD$ 2,100
- Right of permanent residence fee - CAD$ 1,00
- Other expenses (translations, notaries, etc) - CAD$ 700
- Proof of funds (not applicable to all immigration programs): CAD$ 24,083


Applying through a provincial program (PNP):

- Alberta (AINP) - CAD$ 500
- British Columbia (BC PNP) - CAD$ 1,150
- Manitoba (MPNP) - CAD$ 500
- New Brunswick (MBPNP) - CAD$ 250
- Newfoundland and Labrador (NLPNP) - CAD$ 250
- Nova Scotia (NSNP) - CAD$ 0
- Ontario (OINP) - CAD$ 1,500 ou CAD$ 2,000
- Prince Edward Island (PEIPNP) - CAD$ 300
- Saskatchewan (SINP) - CAD$ 350

 

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