At the low end of the spectrum, 3% is charged for any Non-Belonger workers earning up to $25,000 per year. At the high end, there is a maximum fee of $10,000 per year for anyone who makes in excess of $165,000 per year. In between these amounts, the scales slide as the amount of earnings rise. Take a look at the chart for a more clear representation of the percentage scales.
As an example, if someone earns $40k, the first $25,000 in income will be charged at 3% which is equal to $750; the next $15,000 will be charged at 5% which is also equal to $750, The there will be an additional $75 for the actual Work Permit card bring the total amount owed to $1575.