Super Visa Insurance
Super Visa insurance is necessary to obtain a super visa, allowing Canadian citizens' and permanent residents' parents and grandparents to visit their families in Canada. It is possible for eligible individuals to apply for the Parent and Grandparent Super Visa, which
grants them the opportunity to stay in Canada for up to 2 years without the requirement of renewing their status.
Benefits of this insurance include
a full refund if the visa application is denied;
round-the-clock support for claims; and
the availability of monthly payment plans
Why do you need it?
The primary purpose of a super visa and its accompanying insurance coverage is to facilitate the immigration process for visitors to Canada. Super visas offer a cost-effective and economical solution, as visitors are not required to apply for another visa after their initial six-month stay. Additionally, the processing time for a super visa is relatively faster
compared to other visa types. This is particularly advantageous for parents or grandparents who wish to visit their Canadian resident family members on short notice.
A super visa is classified as a multi-entry visa, allowing the visa holder to enter and exit Canada multiple times within a validity period of up to 10 years.
The insurance policy for a super visa is crucial due to the potential need for visa extensions. Moreover, it serves as a clear indication to immigration authorities that the visitor has the means to cover any medical expenses in the event of injury, illness, or other health-related issues.
This insurance provides medical coverage specifically designed for parents and grandparents of Canadian citizens and permanent residents. It ensures that visitors can afford their healthcare expenses if they experience an injury or fall ill during their stay in Canada.
Applicants for a super visa must provide proof of purchasing health insurance coverage, typically obtained from private Canadian insurance companies.
You must be a parent or grandparent of a permanent resident or citizen
The child or grandchild must meet the requirement for minimum income and offer a written commitment of financial support
The child or grandchild must write a letter of invitation to the applicant
Canada Super Visa Insurance is designed for parents and grandparents of citizens and permanent residents of Canada. Visitors must have at least $100,000 in the health insurance coverage offered by private Canadian insurance companies for 1 year or 365 days.