Posted May 02, 2018 10:03:01 The Citizenship Application Fee (CAF) applies to the first $25,000 of a Canadian citizenship application.
As of May 12, 2018, the CAF has been increased to $75 a month, up from $50.
In the 2018-2019 academic year, the cost of the CAB is $25.00 per student.
The CAF is payable by students who have paid their federal and provincial student loans, have not completed an approved student loan repayment plan, have a foreign student status, or are currently enrolled in a student loan forgiveness plan.
The cost is calculated based on the number of students enrolled and the number, duration and duration of their studies.
Students who complete the application within the required time frame will receive an automatic $75 CAF refund.
The tuition and fees charged for the CABF will also be deducted from the student’s tuition bill.
In addition, students who are enrolled in the University of Toronto’s MFA program will receive a $25 discount on the CAFB, which will be applied to the total CAF payment.
The Canadian Human Rights Commission’s (CHRC) report on the impact of the tuition and fee increase noted that the CAFs impact on undergraduate student enrollment was minimal.
“The majority of students who pay the CAFE are in the MFA programs, so the overall impact is minimal, but it is an important element of the cost,” said ChRC executive director Jennifer Blumberg.
“In some cases, the fee may have a detrimental effect on students’ choice of major, which could reduce their choices of courses.”
Canadian universities are also required to provide students with information about the CAFU’s effects on their studies and access to information about other Canadian universities’ financial aid programs.
For example, the U.S. State Department has noted that, “a CAF can be an extremely valuable financial aid tool, particularly in situations where students may be in dire need.”
However, the federal government said in a 2016 report that it would reduce the cost to the federal treasury of the federal CAF by about $2.5 billion annually.
In 2018, Canada had the most expensive tuition fees per student at $24,972.