Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) require that Canadian immigration applicants submit government processing fees when they submit their applications.

Many Canadian Immigration Visa Offices accept government processing fees in their local currencies. These values are subject to change with fluctuating exchange rates. The tables in the following pages should therefore be used as a guide only. Contact your local Embassy to obtain the most current values.

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