Canada lowers citizenship fee for minors applying on their own, CTV News

OTTAWA – The federal government has lowered the processing fees for minors applying for Canadian citizenship on their own from $530 to $100.

This change brings the fee in line with what it costs for minors who apply at the same time as a parent or who already have a Canadian parent.

In a statement announcing the change, the government said that this will make it easier for minors, including immigrant children in the welfare system or in foster care, to become citizens.

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