The purpose of these changes is to address the significant imbalance between the cost of providing services to potential newcomers to Canada and the fees paid by them. This imbalance results in Canadian taxpayers heavily subsidizing the process. This move is intended to provide a more equitable balance between the taxpayer and the applicant applying for Canadian immigration.
There will be additional fee increases in 2022 and these updated amounts will be governed by the Consumer Price Index.
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