Right of Permanent Residence fee

Old Oct 26th 2008, 4:49 pm
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Hi there,
I was wondering whats the best method to pay Right of Permanent Residence fee. Cud it be paid online?

Thank you in advance for your help
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Old Oct 26th 2008, 4:53 pm
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Hi there,
I was wondering whats the best method to pay Right of Permanent Residence fee. Cud it be paid online?

Thank you in advance for your help
regards
I don't think it can but I could be wrong.

Lioyds TSB did an international draft for me it cost £20 and I got a cheque for the full amount in dollars made payable to whoever...

Hope this helps
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I paid mine online .. just send copies to Mississauga and London as a just in case that is if you have already sent off your application.
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I believe that if you going via the spousal route, or you reside in Canada you can pay online. otherwise you will need to pay by bankers draft.
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Old Oct 27th 2008, 12:37 am
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Hi there,
I was wondering whats the best method to pay Right of Permanent Residence fee. Cud it be paid online?

Thank you in advance for your help
regards

Yes you can pay online, it is safe and fast; the weblink is:

https://services3.cic.gc.ca/epayweb/Welcome.do?lang=en

Good luck,

Marie

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I paid it at the local CIC centre with cash
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Default Re: Right of Permanent Residence fee

Thanx all for your replies. So there is no way to pay online. Shall I order a cheque payable to
1) Reciever General of Canada? Yes/No?
2) and post it to CIC london? Yes/No?


Thank you in advance for your help.
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Old Nov 3rd 2008, 5:57 pm
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Seems like no one has paid Right of Permanent Residence fee to CIC london
anyone?
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We all got in for free

I don't think you can send a cheque, i think you need to order a bank draft in Cdn$ which is made payable to the receiver general.

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Originally Posted by Scientist
Thanx all for your replies. So there is no way to pay online. Shall I order a cheque payable to
1) Reciever General of Canada? Yes/No?
2) and post it to CIC london? Yes/No?


Thank you in advance for your help.
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I believe it needs to be paid via a bankers draft in CDN$'s and posted to CHC in London...............I just need to know if it can be paid at a later date rather than with the application fee
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Seems like no one has paid Right of Permanent Residence fee to CIC london
anyone?
regards
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London here

But I had to arrange for a draft for my consultant to send to London and she is based in London.

Good lick

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