Pay your passport fee in Canada

Your fees

The fees for a Canadian passport submitted and mailed in Canada are as follows:

Passport type CAN$
5-year adult passport (age 16 or over) 120
10-year adult passport (age 16 or over) 160
Child passport (0 to 15 years of age) 57

Additional fees: There are additional fees associated with replacing a passport, and express or urgent processing. These fees are added to the base fee listed above. Urgent and express service is available only if you apply in person at a passport office. There are some exceptions. Check what services are available at the offices near you.

Expedited services (available only in person) fees
Expedited services CAN$
Urgent pickup (by the end of the next business day) 110
Express pickup (within 2 to 9 business days) 50
Standard pickup (on or after 10 business days) 20
Service fees
Services CAN$
Additional administrative fee for replacing a valid lost or stolen passport 45
Certified true copy of part of a passport or other travel document (1 to 3 copies) 45
File transfer (to a different passport office in Canada) 45

How to pay your fees

 

Apply in person and pay by

  • credit card or prepaid card (Visa®, MasterCard®, American Express®), or
  • debit card (Interac® Online), or
  • certified cheque or money order (postal or bank) in Canadian funds, made payable to the “Receiver General for Canada”. The exact fee must be specified

We don’t accept cash or personal cheques.


 

Apply by mail, and pay by filling out the payment section on your application form and using

  • a Visa®, MasterCard® or American Express® credit card (prepaid cards are accepted), or
  • a certified cheque or money order (postal or bank) in Canadian funds, made payable to the “Receiver General for Canada” and sent with your application. The exact fee must be specified.

We don’t accept cash or personal cheques.

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