Most of the rights that I am aware of (at least in the USA) are rights that are granted to me free of charge, by virtue of being born here. I don't need to fill any paperwork or pay any fee. I can publish a newspaper without paying anything (other than business expenses of course). I can acquire a gun for no more than the cost of the gun. I don't pay to vote. And so on.
However, I came across one right that is actually very expensive, and that is the right to expatriate. Currently the fee that must be paid to the government is $2350, by very far the most expensive such fee in the world. Without paying this fee (and filling a mountain of paperwork) one cannot relinquish his United States citizenship.
My question now is, are there any other rights that cost money?