HOW TO GET A CANADIAN SUPER VISA
There are different visas to enter Canada depending on the type of travel and the type of visa application requirements. Normally, the maximum stay in Canada as a tourist (for all countries) is six months. In the case of a Canadian super visa, the situation is different so that the holder can reside in Canada for two years. SuperVisa allows Canadian citizens and residents to bring their parents, grandparents to Canada for longer.
The Super Visa can be a single entry single entry or multiple entry multiple entries. If the super visa is issued in multiple entries, it will normally be valid for up to one month before the applicant’s passport is revoked.
CONDITIONS FOR ISSUING A CANADIAN SUPER VISA
This visa is very similar to the Canadian tourist visa. But documents are required to ensure the financial coverage and health of the parents when they are in Canada.
TO ISSUE A SUPER VISA, THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS MUST BE MET:
- The applicant’s child or grandchild is a permanent resident or citizen of Canada and is, in principle, a resident of Canada.
- The applicant must have a valid passport.
- The applicant must prove that he or she is financially able and able to afford the expenses in Canada.
- Documents showing the minimum income of a child or grandchild living in Canada.
- The applicant has been insured by a Canadian insurance company for at least one year. The insurance must cover the costs of treatment and hospitalization. Must have at least $ 100,000 in liability insurance and be valid upon arrival in Canada.
- Evidence of family relationship between child or grandchild with parents or grandparents
- Medical insurance credentials for one year from the applicant’s arrival in Canada with a minimum coverage of $ 100,000 with a Canadian insurance company
After completing all the steps, the parents must go to the trusted doctors announced by the Canadian Embassy for medical tests.