Super Visa

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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 allowed to enter Canada and
  • meet certain other conditions.

Note: You cannot include dependents in this application.

Immigration officers consider several things before they decide if you can come to Canada. You must be a real visitor to Canada who will leave by choice at the end of your visit. An officer will look at these things when you apply:

  • your ties to your home country,
  • the purpose of your visit,
  • your family and finances,
  • the overall economic and political stability of your home country, and
  • an invitation from a Canadian host.

You must also:

  • prove that your child or grandchild in Canada meets a minimum income threshold,
  • provide a written statement from that child or grandchild that he or she will give you financial support,
  • have valid Canadian medical insurance coverage for at least one year and
  • have an immigration medical exam.
  • Citizenship and Immigration Canada has declared that Parents and grandparents will be eligible to apply for what is being called a “super visa effective December 1st, 2011”. The “super visa” will enable a parent to have a 10-year multiple entry visa. This visa will allow the parent to remain in Canada for up to 2 years at a time but to avail super visa you need to have insurance from a Canadian Insurance company.

It’s important to choose a policy that gives you sufficient coverage. A basic plan should cover each parent up to $100,000 Canadian and should include benefits such as ambulance expenses, laboratory tests, doctor bills and public hospital rooms.

Flying to Canada as a visitor from another country, your parents are not covered by Canada’s National Health Care program. Moreover, for super visa you can’t have insurance from your domestic health insurance company. When choosing super visa medical insurance for a visit to Canada, it is good idea to purchase from a Canadian insurance company. They know the medical system and are familiar with costs and common health risks. They’re also easier to get in touch with if a medical emergency should arise during the stay of your parents.

This insurance is designed to cover losses arising from sudden and unforeseeable circumstances.It is important that you read and understand your policy as your coverage is subject to certain limitation and exclusions.

 

Income Table to apply for Super Visa Insurance

Effective from January 1 to December 31, 2017

Your child or grandchild may use the following income scale to assess their ability to meet the income requirements.

                          Low Income Cut-Off (LICO)
Size of Family Unit Minimum necessary income
1 person (your child or grandchild) $24,600
2 persons $30,625
3 persons $37,650
4 persons $45,712
5 persons $51,846
6 persons $58,473
7 persons $65,101
More than 7 persons, for each additional person, add $6,628

 

Benefits

  • Super Visa Plan provide coverage for the following, up to the chosen amount of insurance (Minimum Insurance Amount is 100k).
  • In-Hospital Care – Hospital room and board charges, up to semi-private, and charges for intensive and coronary care
  • Medical Services – Treatment by a physician or surgeon
  • Diagnostic Services – X-rays and other diagnostic tests
  • Out-Patient Treatment – Out-patient medical emergency room charges
  • Repatriation –To transport you home for further medical treatment with pre-approval & up to certain amount
  • Prescription Medication – Drugs and medication prescribed in an emergency situation
  • Ambulance – Use of a licensed road ambulance in a medical emergency, or use of an air ambulance or regularly scheduled airline if transferred for further in-hospital treatment
  • Health Practitioners – Charges for the use of an osteopath, physiotherapist, chiropractor, chiropodist, and/or podiatrist
  • Accidental Dental – Repair or replacement of natural teeth or the relief of dental pain
  • Return of Remains – Preparation and transportation to your country of origin, or the cost of cremation or burial at the place of death
  • Child Care – Licensed child care of dependant children if you are hospitalized due to a medical emergency
  • Out-of-Pocket Expenses – Accommodations, meals, phone calls and taxi or bus fares incurred by an accompanying family member in the event your hospitalization continues after the policy expiry date
  • 24–Hour Travel Assistance Services – Wherever you are, travel assistance centre will verify your coverage and make hospital and emergency arrangements for you
  • Travel Coverage Outside Canada – Coverage for side-trips up to certain days to any country
  • Automatic Policy Extension • Coverage is extended to include 48 hours of in-transit travel between Canada and your country of origin and vice versa.
  • If your plan expires while hospitalized, your coverage is extended for the period of hospitalization plus 72 hours after your discharge.

If you have received medical treatment or experienced symptoms before the purchase of this plan, certain exclusions may apply. This brochure is a summary. Please refer to the policy wording for full details. Maximums and conditions apply.