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Family Sponsorship

Super Visa

The Parent and Grandparent Super Visa allows the parents and grandparents of Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents to come to Canada as visitors. The super visa is a multiple-entry visa valid for 10 years.

Program requirements

You can sponsor if you are at least 18 years old and:

  • A Canadian citizen, or
  • Registered as an Indian under the Canadian Indian Act, or
  • A permanent resident living in Canada.

If you live in Quebec, there are certain other requirements. After federal approval, you need to meet Quebec’s sponsorship requirements. This includes signing a special contract with the province called an “undertaking” to support your sponsored relatives.

You might not be eligible to sponsor a relative to Canada if:

  • You are currently in jail.
  • You have overdue alimony or child support payments.
  • You have filed for bankruptcy and have not yet been discharged.
  • You receive financial aid from the government, except due to a disability.
  • You have an outstanding immigration loan, or you have a history of late or missed loan repayments.
  • You previously sponsored a relative but did not adhere to the sponsorship agreement’s terms.
  • You were found guilty of a violent or sexual crime, or a crime against a family member. The decision may depend on the nature of the offence, how much time has passed since, and whether you received a record suspension (previously known as a pardon).

Income Requirements [Low Income Cut Off (LICO)]for Super Visa

Effective from January 1 to December 31, 2020

Family Size

Sponsor(s) + Dependent Children + Parent(s)/Grandparent(s)

Minimum necessary 

gross income (CAD)

1

$25,921

2

$32,270

3

$39,672

4

$48,167

5

$54,630

6

$61,613

7

$68,598

More than 7 persons, for each additional person, add

$6,985

Important Points

  • Dependent children can not be included in super visa application. Only parent or grandparent, together with their spouses or common-law partners, may be included on in super visa application.
  • Super visa can only be applied from outside of Canada.
  • Super Visa allows an individual to stay for up to two years at a time in Canada.
If you want to apply for super visa, we can help! Simply fill our online form and we will contact you to discuss your options!

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Frequently Asked Questions(FAQs)Super Visa Insurance

You need at least $100,000 CAD of coverage.

No! The insurance must be purchased from a Canadian insurance company.

There is no medical test or examination required to purchase super visa insurance. You can buy the policy online or over the phone from a Canadian insurance company.

There is no age restriction to apply for a Super Visa. You can apply for your parents and/or grandparents up to any age.

You must be covered for one year.

You can get a full refund on your insurance with proof that your visa was denied. 

You can contact your insurance provider to change your dates of coverage, as long as you contact them before the effective date.

If you are travelling to Canada with a Super Visa, you must purchase a one-year policy in order to be eligible. Once you have returned home, you can apply for a partial refund (with proof of your early return, provided you have no claims on file). 

Once you are back home, you can apply for a partial refund (with proof of your early return, provided you have no claims on file). 

No! Policies can only be issued for one year at a time. However, once you are nearing the end of your first year, you can renew your plan.

Visitors to Canada plans allow side trips, provided at least 51% of the coverage dates are spent in Canada. The trip must also commence and end in Canada.

Yes! Travellers up to age 79 can be covered for most pre-existing medical conditions, provided they meet certain stability requirements. For travellers aged 80 and over, coverage of pre-existing conditions may be offered after a detailed medical questionnaire and underwriter approval.

Yes! You can take a deductible to lower your premium.