A multiple-entry visa that allows parents and grandparents of Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents to visit them is called a super visa. This super visa can let them stay in Canada for about two years without leaving the country in between periods like any other visa.
Requirements For Parents
You have to give an immigration medical exam in order to be eligible to enter Canada.
An invitation letter is required from your sponsor which would include their oath of financial support, their P.R. or citizenship credentials, and a list of individuals in their household.
Medical insurance from a Canadian insurance firm is required with at least $100,000 coverage and a minimum of one year of validity from your entry date.
Medical insurance should cover health care, and hospitalization, and be valid for different entries to Canada within that time period.
Sponsor Your Parents And Grand Parents
The income could be proved through a copy of your notice of assessment NOA, a recent copy of your T1 or T4, a job offer letter stating your designation, wage, and job description, evidence of other income sources, and recent pay stubs.
You have to provide an invitation letter to your parents and grandparents that would include your oath of financial support, your P.R. or citizenship credentials, and a list of individuals in their household.
Sign a promise of financial support and minimum income requirements.
Complete details of both the host and parents or grandparents are required. This would include the full name, relationship with each other, expected stay duration, family details, etc.
Frequently Asked Questions
What Is A Super Visa?
Super Visa Is Valid For How Many Years?
What Four Things Are Required In Order To Apply For A Super Visa?
- The four things that are required to apply for a super visa are:
- An invitation letter from your children or grandchildren who is Canadian citizens or permanent residents of Canada.
- Proof that your children’s or grandchildren’s household meets the minimum necessary income.
- Evidence of payment for medical insurance from a Canadian insurance company
- A document proving that you had an immigration medical exam.
Can A Visa-Exempt Individual Apply For A Super Visa?
What Is The Difference Between Parent And Grandparent Super Visa Versus a Multiple Entry Visitor Visa?
Do You Need A Visa To Visit Canada?
Do You Need A Canadian Visa If I Have A US Visa?
Do You Need To Apply For Both A Visitor Visa And An Eta?
Have a signed letter from your child or grandchild who invites you to Canada that includes an oath for financial support, a list and number of individuals in the household, and a copy of an individual’s Canadian citizenship or permanent resident document.
Have medical insurance from a Canadian insurance company that is valid for about one year, $100,00 emergency coverage, and have evidence that the medical insurance has been fully paid.
The following credentials are instances of what could be used as evidence of funds:
NOA or T1/T4 for the most recent tax year, statements of the employment insurance benefit, employment letter including salary, job title & description, and hiring date, pay stubs, and bank statements.
We will look at these few things when you apply:
Your ties to your homeland, the reason for your visit, your finances and family, and the overall economic & political stability of your home country.
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