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Old Nov 8th 2007, 7:46 pm
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Evening - just a quick general question please.

When paying the application fee for SW route the CIC site gives the amoung in as $1400 for 2 x adults and 2 x dependents.

If this is being pain to London - who calculates what the amount is in £? I make it £709.25 ( rounding up ) but not sure what exchange rate they would use - would the amount need to be checked with them?

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Old Nov 8th 2007, 8:15 pm
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Hi WDW

We paid online with our credit cards though I reckon the bank might be able to give you a chq in Cad$?

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Old Nov 8th 2007, 8:30 pm
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Hi and thanks for info, did you pay on submitting yr application? or do they request it when they get around to yr application?

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Originally Posted by WelshDragonsWales
Evening - just a quick general question please.

When paying the application fee for SW route the CIC site gives the amoung in as $1400 for 2 x adults and 2 x dependents.

If this is being pain to London - who calculates what the amount is in £? I make it £709.25 ( rounding up ) but not sure what exchange rate they would use - would the amount need to be checked with them?

Thanks

Dawn
The amount in sterling is irrelevant as the cheque you forward has to be in Canadian dollars

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The amount in sterling is irrelevant as the cheque you forward has to be in Canadian dollars

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I believe they will only accept a bankers draft in $ Cdn for mailed fees, unless you pay online. We have paid sterling at CHC London but that would involve a personal visit (WP).
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Yep. We had to pay in $CAD. Just asked out bank to send us a bankers cheque made out the them. I think that bank charged us about £10 admin and the cheque was with us in a couple of days.
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I thought online fee payment was only possible for those whose application goes to Canada (i.e. inland, outland spouses, etc).

How did you manage to pay online Shazhadandkelly, are you not skilled workers applying through London?
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Yep, its Banker's Draft (in Canadian $'s) only for Skilled Worker applications to London.
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Originally Posted by WelshDragonsWales
Hi and thanks for info, did you pay on submitting yr application? or do they request it when they get around to yr application?

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I thought online fee payment was only possible for those whose application goes to Canada (i.e. inland, outland spouses, etc).

How did you manage to pay online Shazhadandkelly, are you not skilled workers applying through London?
We paid our registration fees when we first applied.

We have applied via an immigration lawyer in Canada and we logged onto a page via their website to pay.

I believe that our application for SW is going through London though??

With the exception of the landing fee, we have paid everything on-line.

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Default Re: Paying application fees

Originally Posted by shahzadandkelly
We paid our registration fees when we first applied.

We have applied via an immigration lawyer in Canada and we logged onto a page via their website to pay.

I believe that our application for SW is going through London though??

With the exception of the landing fee, we have paid everything on-line.

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You probably just paid your lawyers and they arranged a bank draft for you.
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