Looking forward to meet your parents or grandparents by applying for a visa but you are confused whether you should opt for a visitor visa or super visa! The information given below about basic differences and benefits will clear your doubts.
The Canadian government allows anyone eligible...
Super Visa which came into effect in December 2011 and is becoming super popular among landed immigrants and Canadian citizens is a golden opportunity for family reunion. This Super Visa as we are aware is a multiple entry visa which is valid for 10 year allowing parents and grandparents to visi...
Anyone applying for the Canadian Super Visa must show they’ve purchased private medical insurance that meets the Super Visa requirements.
Private health insurance that meets the requirements of Canadian Immigration must cover healthcare, hospitalization and ouster (return of remains to home country in the case of death) costs.
The new Super Visa makes it easier than ever before for parents and grandparents to visit family members in Canada, allowing them to remain in the country for up to 24 months at a time, without having to renew their status. Super Visa For Canada is valid for 10 years and can permit a single entry or multi-entries into Canada.
One of the key requirements for obtaining the Super Visa for Canada is insurance. Super Visa applicants must submit proof that they have purchased private medical insurance from a Canadian insurance company which is valid for a minimum of one year and offers a minimum of $100,000 in coverage for health care, hospitalization and repatriation.