Summary- Parent Super Visa Requirements
One of the key requirements for obtaining the Super Visa is insurance. Super Visa applicants must submit proof that they have purchased private medical insurance from a Canadian insurance company which is valid for a minimum of one year and offers a minimum of $100,000 in coverage for health care, hospitalization and repatriation.
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Documents required for Super Visa:-
- Valid for at least period of one year from the date of entry to Canada.
- Should provide at least $100,000 coverage.
- Should cover hospitalization, repatriation and healthcare
- Must be issued from an Insurance company of Canada.
- Valid for each entry to Canada.
- Available for review by the port entry officer.
- To get a Parent or Grandparent Super Visa, you also need to provide:
- Evidence of the parent or grandparent relationship to the Canadian citizen or permanent resident you wish to visit (for example, birth certificate, baptismal certificate or other official document naming you as a parent).
- Letter of invitation from your child or grandchild that includes arrangements for care as well as support and indicates the number of people residing in their household in Canada (mandatory).
- Proof from your child or grandchild that he or she meets the Low Income Cut-Off (LICO) and
- Proof that you have private medical insurance valid for a minimum of one year from a Canadian insurance company and that it.
- Covers health care, hospitalization and repatriation.
- Provides a minimum coverage of $100,000; and.
- is valid for each entry into Canada and available for review by a port of entry officer.
Note:-Visit CIC’s official website to learn more about the documents for Super Visa.
Effective from January 1 to December 31 2013
Your child or grandchild may use the following income scale to assess their ability to meet the income requirements. Low Income Cut-Off (LICO)
Disclaimer: This information is publically available at Citizenship and Immigration Canada’s website. We are not responsible for any changes or modifications. This page was last updated on July 16, 2013.
Size of Family Unit
- 1 person (the sponsor)
- 2 Persons
- 3 Persons
- 4 Persons
- 5 Persons
- 6 Persons
- 7 Persons
- More than 7 persons, for each additional person, add
Minimum necessary income