This increase has been necessitated by the fluctuations in the exchange rate, Canadian ambassador W. David Hutton said.
Following are the new visa charges:
Temporary resident visa (visitor visa)-single entry: Can$ 75 (Dh210).
Temporary resident visa (visitor visa)-multiple entry: Can$150 (Dh415).
Temporary resident visa (visitor visa)-family rate: Can$400, (Dh1,100).
Study permit: Can$125 (Dh345).
Worker permit: Can$150 (Dh415).
Permanent residence determination visa: Can$50 (Dh140).
Mr Hutton said the visa charges, like fees for other services provided by the Canadian embassy, are adjusted periodically and may change without notice. The visa fees are non-refundable, regardless of the outcome of the application. Fees paid in Canadian dollars have not increased.
Details about fees for other visa services not listed may be obtained at the embassy.
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