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Fees payable and method of payment

Fees

The fees required for reviewing a request for a comparative evaluation of your studies must be paid in full, by you or a third party, when your application is sent in. These fees are not refundable.

 

Fees in effect

  As of
January 1, 20191
Évaluation comparative des études
effectuées hors du Québec
C$119

 

1 The increase affects the fees payable under An Act respecting immigration to Québec, as well as the fees required to apply for an Évaluation comparative des études effectuées hors du Québec (comparative evaluation for studies done outside Québec). The 1.71% adjustment corresponds to the increase in Québec’s consumer price index for the period ending on September 30, 2018. It complies with the requirements of Section 83.3 of the Financial Administration Act.

Methods of payment

Only the following payment methods are accepted:

  • credit card (complete the form Payment by credit card, sign it and attach it to your request;
  • certified cheque drawn on a Canadian bank;
  • bank draft drawn on a Canadian bank;
  • cheque issued by a currency exchange broker;
  • cheque issued by a Canadian company;
  • Canada Post money order.

 

ATTENTION! Cheques and bank drafts, issued less than 6 months ago, must be made payable to the Minister of Finance of Québec. They must be mailed with your request for a comparative evaluation.

Print your name in block letters on the back of the cheque. Payment in cash, by personal cheque or by traveller’s cheque is not accepted.

If your credit card payment is declined, the Ministère will not contact you to advise you of the refusal. Your request for a comparative evaluation will be returned to you by regular mail and the form will be destroyed.

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Last modification : 2019-03-04
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