Super Visa Insurance

Super Visa Insurance

Super Visa Medical Insurance

If you want your Parents or Grandparents visit you in Canada under super visa program, they must buy Visitors to Canada policy as they are not covered under provincial health insurance plans. In the absence of medical insurance, you could be liable for significant financial expenses if they become ill or injured while they are here. These fees would have to be paid out of pocket. The super visa medical insurance will protect them from all out of pocket medical expenses to the policy maximum and in addition they can be covered for accidental death also.


If your loved one is applying for a Parent or Grandparent Super Visa, one of the requirements is proof that they have purchased private medical coverage from a Canadian insurance company. A Super Visa is a temporary resident permit that will allow your parent or grandparent to stay in Canada for up to two years per visit. Once issued, the Super visa is valid for up to 10 years. A regular, multi-entry visa is valid for up to 10 years, but only allows visits of up to six months per visit.


Requirements to Qualify for a Super Visa

  • Parent or grandparent of Canadian citizen or permanent resident of Canada.
  • The person must be allowed to enter Canada.
  • In the application one must Provide proof that your child or grandchild meets the minimum income threshold.
  • The sponsor must give a written statement that he or she will give you financial support.
  • Letter of invitation from your child or grandchild.
  • Have medical insurance coverage for one year with a minimum of $100,000 coverage.

Frequently Asked Questions

Generally one should to purchase at least 100,000 $ of medical insurance coverage as hospital cost for visitor to Canada can run up to 2500 $ Per Day.But, one should consider all aspects not limited to age, Health status, Pre-existing condition etc.

Special Note: For super visa application; one must buy at least $ 100,000 medical insurance from Canadian Insurance Company.

You can buy the coverage before or after arrival. But we recommend you to purchase prior to arrival to Canada.

Travel insurance protects you in the case of medical emergencies, delays, theft and the last–minute plan changes that can happen anytime, anywhere, whether you travel frequently or occasionally.

This also depends upon different travel insurance providers. For more details contact us at our toll free number: 1 877 495 2525.Email:

This represents the amount of eligible medical expenses that must be paid by the insured before the insurance company begins to reimburse for covered expenses. As an example, if you purchase a plan with $50 deductible and incur $200 of expense, the insurance company will begin to reimburse for expenses after you pay the first $50 of your medical bills.

You may need service for claims, date change, extension, and increase in coverage, more family member coming to visit or you traveling out of Canada. There could many reasons to contact us and we are committed to provide you satisfactory service as and when you need.

You can contact us through our Toll Free Number 1 877 495 2525.Email:

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The portal offers quotes from some of Canada’s leading insurance companies – but not all of them. If you have a rate through a group program or enjoy discounts from your current provider because you’re a long-standing customer, you may find a better rate elsewhere. 

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Generally, pre-existing conditions are defined as any sickness, injury or medical condition for which the insured consults a physician, having symptoms, is hospitalized or medications are prescribed within a certain period before the effective date of coverage. Each insurance company treats pre-existing conditions differently and this is the major reason for declined Super Visa. The look back period may vary from 3 months to life time. Please, read the exclusion section in the insurance policy booklet for exact definition.

Yes. If you choose a policy that excludes pre-existing conditions, you will be covered for new sicknesses and injuries.

Most Visitors Insurance policies can be extended. Just call us or your insurance company prior to the expiration of the policy. The insured person must be in good health and should not have any pending Super Visa.

Most plans can be cancelled and the premium can be refunded before the effective date of the policy. Some administrative charges may apply.

No. There is no medical exam required prior to purchase. You just have to fill the form which comprises of a few medical questions. You must answer all questions honestly, as not doing so may void (cancel) your coverage.

There are no restrictions where you seek medical service in Canada, as long as the amount charged by the providers is Usual, Customary and Reasonable for a particular service, treatment, or supply.

According to the above quote from the government’s website, proof of Canadian medical insurance is required. While this may change in the future to a list of approved international carriers, the guidance so far is for visitors to purchase visitors insurance from a Canadian company.

Yes. Any person can purchase a visitors insurance policy on behalf of someone coming to Canada.

Parents and grandparents of Canadian citizens or permanent residents who have been found admissible to Canada and meet some other conditions are eligible for the Super Visa as stated by Canadian Government.

You can apply for a quote online by visiting our website or call our toll free number. After going through your requisites we will be able to give you a competitive rate.

In case your parents or grandparents are above 87 years of age then call us for special rates @ 1 877 495 2525.

Yes, the coverage depends on stability period, complications, age and other medical issues. In most cases we can cover the pre-existing condition; but we advise you to talk to live agent or refer to policy manual.

This represents the amount of eligible medical expenses that must be paid by the insured before the insurance company begins to reimburse for covered expenses. As an example, if you purchase a plan with $50 deductible and incur $200 of expense, the insurance company will begin to reimburse for expenses after you pay the first $50 of your medical bills.

In case your Super Visa application is refused you will get the full premium refund. You will have to provide proof of the rejection of your super visa application in order to process the cancellation request.

If parents or grandparents decide to go back before their Super Visa expires after 12 months, a prorated refund is available. You only pay for the months they stay in Canada. Note:- Partial refunds are possible, only if there are No Claim(s) on the policy.


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