A Super Visa is a temporary visitor permit that allows parents and grandparents to stay in Canada for up to 2 years. This permit is valid for up to 10 years.
To be Eligible for a Super Visa:
You must be the grand-parent, or parent of the applicant living in Canada as a citizen or permanent resident.
“What is the difference between a Visitor Visa and a Super Visa?”
The difference between the two is that a Super Visa you are allowed to stay up to 2 years per 1 visit, and the regular visa you are only allowed to stay for 6 months per visit, as well as valid for up to 10 years. Super Visas are most commonly used to visit family members that are living in Canada.
“Do I need insurance before I go to Canada?”
Yes- You are required to buy medical insurance before you travel to Canada to visit your family.
“How much insurance do I need and what kind?”
- Your insurance policy must be for 1 year
- Minimum coverage of $100,000
For full list : https://moving2canada.com/super-visa/
Here are some links from the Government of Canada/references for more information:
Recommendation: If you are unsure as to what coverages you need, please speak to any of our Live Advisors in order to create a travel insurance policy for your trip to Canada. 😊
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