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Whenever you are travelling to visit to your family or friends in Canada for a few days or a few months. Manulife super visa medical insurance can protect you and your family with insurance.To apply for coverage, you or someone on your behalf must complete and sign the Manulife Financial Visitors to Canada application for insurance form, not more than 365 days before the effective date of coverage, and return it to us with your payment of the required premium.

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Benefits of ManuLife Super Visa Insurance from ParentSuperVisa:

- Emergency Medical Maximum Benefits: Emergency Medical Maximum Benefits coverage amounts are $15,000; $25,000; $50,000; $100,000 and $150,000. - Choose Your Plan When Applying for coverage from Plan A or Plan B. Plan A - no benefits are payable for a pre-existing condition that existed before your effective date of insurance. Plan B - Applicants 35 years of age or over must complete the medical questionnaire. Under Plan B, no benefits are payable for a pre-existing condition that is not stable within 180 days of the effective date.

Emergency Medical Benefits

Under Manulife Emergency Medical Insurance, you are covered for the actual eligible covered expenses related to the medical attention you need if a medical emergency begins unexpectedly after your effective date of insurance and when these expenses are not covered by any other benefit plan. The maximum amount payable is based on the plan you have purchased. Medical attention must be required as part of your emergency treatment and ordered by a physician (or a dentist in the case of dental treatment). Covered expenses and benefits are subject to the policy's exclusions and limitations. Manulife Insurance will cover benefits 5 to 10 only if they have been authorized and arranged by the Assistance Centre.

Eligible covered expenses include:

  • Expenses to receive emergency medical attention.
  • Expenses for paramedical services.
  • Expenses for ambulance transportation.
  • Expenses for emergency dental treatment.
  • Expenses related to your death.
  • Expenses to bring you home.
  • Extra expenses for meals, hotel, phone calls and taxi.
  • Expenses to bring someone to your bedside.
  • Expenses for childcare.
  • Expenses to return children under your care.
  • Trip break.



1. Trip Interruption Insurance is an optional plan that provides coverage for an individual trip. If your trip is interrupted due to a covered event that occurs under this insurance, we will pay up to a maximum of $1,500 for single coverage, or $5,000 for family coverage.

2. Events covered after you arrive in Canada from home include: a) you or your travel companion's medical condition or death; b) you or your travel companion's immediate family member's medical condition or death; c) emergency hospitalization or death of the person whose guest you are during your trip.

3. Top-Up Options Top-Up coverage must be purchased prior to departure and is subject to an extra premiumcharge. Single-Trip Emergency Medical Plan A can be used to top up Multi-Trip Emergency Medical Plan A, and Single-Trip Emergency Medical Plan B can be used to top-up Multi-Trip Emergency Medical Plan B. Top-ups can be purchased for maximum trip duration of 365 days.

EXCLUSIONS: Your coverage is subject to various exclusions, which are completely set out in the Exclusions section of the policy document. The following, although not an exhaustive list, are some of these exclusions:


You are not eligible for coverage under this policy if any of the following apply to you:
  • you are travelling against the advice of a physician
  • you have been diagnosed with a terminal illness with less than 2 years to live
  • you have a kidney condition requiring dialysis
  • you have used home oxygen during the 12 months prior to the date of application
  • you have been diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease or any other form of dementia
  • you are under 30 days or over 85 years of age (over 69years of age for $150,000 Emergency Medical coverage)
  • you reside in a nursing home, home for the aged, other long term care facility or rehabilitation center
  • you require assistance with activities of daily living


You are not eligible for coverage under this policy if any of the following apply to you: To make a claim due to illness or injury during your trip, please Call : Toll Free 1-877-525-1278 ext 137 Canada Your claim must be sent to Manulife within 90 days of your loss. Ensure you keep a copy of your receipts, bills and invoices for your records. If you disagree with the claim decision, the matter will be submitted to arbitration under the arbitration law in the Canadian province or territory where your policy was issued. Every action or proceeding against the insurer for the recovery of insurance money payable under this contract is absolutely barred unless commenced within the time set out in the Insurance Act, or other applicable legislation.

Who Can Apply?

  • Visitors to Canada
  • Canadians who are not eligible for benefits under a government health insurance plan
  • Persons who are in Canada on a work visa or Parent and Grandparent Super Visa
  • New immigrants who are awaiting Canadian government health insurance plan coverage.


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Q. What is Manulife Super Visa Insurance?

A: Manulife Super Visa Insurance is a type of insurance policy specifically designed for parents and grandparents of Canadian citizens or permanent residents who wish to visit and stay in Canada for an extended period of time. It provides emergency medical coverage, including hospitalization, emergency dental treatment, and repatriation services.

Q. Who is eligible for Manulife Super Visa Insurance?

A. To be eligible for Manulife Super Visa Insurance, applicants must be parents or grandparents of Canadian citizens or permanent residents and must meet the requirements of the Super Visa program, which includes proof of financial support and a letter of invitation from the child or grandchild in Canada.

Q. How long does Manulife Super Visa Insurance coverage last?

A. Manulife Super Visa Insurance coverage lasts for up to one year and can be renewed for up to 10 years, depending on the length of the Super Visa.

Q. What is covered under Manulife Super Visa Insurance?

A. Manulife Super Visa Insurance covers emergency medical expenses, including hospitalization, emergency dental treatment, and repatriation services. It also provides coverage for emergency transportation, accidental death and dismemberment, and trip interruption.

Q. How much does Manulife Super Visa Insurance cost?

A. The cost of Super Visa Insurance varies depending on a number of factors, including the applicant's age, the length of the Super Visa, and the level of coverage selected. It is recommended to get a quote directly from Manulife or a licensed insurance broker.

Q. Can I purchase Manulife Super Visa Insurance after arriving in Canada?

A. No, Super Visa Insurance must be purchased before the applicant arrives in Canada. Proof of insurance coverage is required as part of the Super Visa application process.

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