Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations
Marginal note:Fee — $100
303.2 (1) A fee of $100 is payable by a person for the rights and privileges conferred by means of a work permit if that person is
(a) a foreign national who intends to perform work described in section 204 or 205 but does not have an offer of employment to perform that work;
(b) a foreign national described in paragraph 207(b) who does not have an offer of employment; or
(c) a family member of a foreign national referred to in paragraph (b).
(2) The following persons are not required to pay the fee referred to in subsection (1):
(a) a person — other than a person referred to in paragraph 299(2)(i) — who under subsection 299(2) is not required to pay a fee for processing an application for a work permit;
(b) a person referred to in paragraph 299(2)(i) who intends to perform work under an international agreement between Canada and one or more countries, if the agreement
(i) prohibits the payment of a fee other than a participation fee, and
(ii) is in force at the time that the person makes an application for a work permit or for renewal of the work permit; and
(c) a foreign national who has made an application for permanent residence as a member of the live-in caregiver class and the family members included in that application.
(3) The fee referred to in subsection (1) is remitted, and must be repaid by the Minister to the person who paid it, if
(a) the work permit is refused; or
(b) the foreign national withdraws their application and requests a remission before the work permit is issued.
- SOR/2015-25, s. 6
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