Parents and grandparents of Canadian citizens and permanent residents have a new option for visiting Canada. As of December 1, 2011, you may be eligible to apply for the Parent and Grandparent Super Visa – which is valid for up to 10 years and allows an applicant to remain in Canada for up to 24 months at a time without the need for renewal of their status. To apply for the Parent and Grandparent Super Visa, you must:
  • Be the parent or grandparent of a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident of Canada;
  • Be found admissible to Canada; and
  • Meet certain other conditions.
Note: You cannot include dependents in this application. Only your spouse or common-law partner is eligible to accompany you under this provision.   In addition to being found admissible to Canada, the parent or grandparent must also: What do I look for when purchasing Super Visa Insurance?
  • Does your Super Visa Insurance cover pre-existing medical condition?
  • What happens if insured person has a health issue or insured dies after coming to Canada?
  • Will the Super Visa Insurance cover the cost of any medical expenses or cost of a person sent back to their home country?
  • Can the Super Visa Insurance renew after one year with the same company and same premium?
  • What if a super visa application is denied by visa officer; will I get my full premium back?
  • What if my parent leaves earlier than one year – will I get my partial premium back?
  • What is covered under Super Visa Insurance?
  • What is the deductible for the Super Visa Insurance?
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FAQs

What are the minimum requirements for private Canadian health coverage to qualify for a Parent & Grandparent Super Visa?

Applicants for the new Super Visa program must provide proof that they have purchased Canadian healthcare insurance for a minimum of $100,000 in coverage and that it is valid for 365 days. In addition, the coverage must be continuous during the 365 days, allowing the applicant to return to their home country as many times as needed within the year.

What is the minimum deductible required for the new Parent & Grandparent Super Visa?

There is NO minimum deductible requirement. As a policy holder you can decide first before buy super visa insurance coverage for your parents or Grandparents. You can decide from $0 deductible to $5000 deductible.

Do I get a premium refund if the Super Visa application is declined or withdrawn?

Yes you will get full refund your premium if super visa application is declined.

How can I select and update the exact arrival date for my parents?

Once you buy super visa insurance, you can change effective date as you want. If your parents are coming before effective date then you can change date early or you can change date later if your parents coming later.

What if my parents do not want to stay in Canada for a full year? May I receive a partial premium refund?

Most of companies give you partial premium back as long as there is no claim on the policy and more than 30 days remain in the policy.

Can I buy visitors to Canada insurance if I have a pre-existing medical condition?

It depends on what type of pre-existing condition visitor have. If all condition cover under plan then after couple of question and answer you will able to buy super visa insurance