Parent and Grand Parent Super Visa

On December 1, 2011, the Canadian Government introduced a Super Visa that enables parents and grandparents of Canadian citizens and permanent residents to visit their family in Canada for up to two years without needing to renew their status. A key requirement for obtaining a Super Visa is proof of private medical insurance from a Canadian insurance company.

The coverage must:

  • Be valid for a minimum of one year
  • Cover health care, hospitalization and repatriation
  • Provide a minimum coverage of $100,000 
  • Be valid for each entry to Canada and available for review by a port of entry officer

Care Insurance & Financial Limited Offers protection that goes beyond........

Issued and underwritten by a leading Canadian Insurance company our plan offers you affordable, flexible, convenient protection that meets the Super Visa requirements.

Features and benefits:

  • Up to $150,000 in all-in-one hospital, medical and extended health care
  • Coverage offered for up to 365 days
  • Competitive rates
  • No age limit with published rates for visitors up to age 85
  • 24/7 access to multi-lingual emergency assistance
  • No medical underwriting required for quicker policy issue
  • $0 deductible on standard rates; discounted rates for deductible options
  • Accidental Death & Dismemberment benefit equal to overall coverage amount

For Information or Immediate Policy Issue, please contact us.

Frequently Asked Questions:

1 – What is the maximum age for Visitor’s to Canada policy?

A - There is no age limit for this policy

2 – What are the underwriting requirements?

A - In most cases, there is no underwriting required if person is healthy or don't want coverage for pre-existing conditions

3 – How to apply for coverage of pre existing conditions?

A - Client has to complete a Medical Questionnaire

4 – What will be the charges / fees / penalties if we need to change the date(s) before the commencement of the policy?

A - Penalties will vary for company to company for changes in date or for cancellations to the policy

5 – What will be the charges / fees / penalties if we need to change the dates after the commencement of the policy?

A - Proof required that the client has not left the place of origin, and fees will vary from company to company

6 – What is  the refund policy in case the person doesn’t get a visa?

A - Proof of visa rejection required and full refund before the commencement date

7 – What is the refund policy in case the person decided not to travel even after getting visa?

A - Depends on the issuing company. It varies from company to company

8 – What is the refund policy in case the insured decided to reduce his/her stay if there are no claims made?

A - Fees will vary and a refund will be given on the number of days remaining on the policy if there aren`t any claims

9 – What is the refund policy in case the insured decided to reduce his/her stay and a claim has been submitted?

A - Once a claim is made on the policy, there are No refunds

10 – Is the policy eligible for multiple entries / visit?

A - Yes as long as the majority of stay is in Canada and they aren't going back to the originating country

11 – Is the policy eligible for visitations to the USA?

A - Yes, as long as majority of stay is in Canada

12 – What is the extension policy after one year, if there is no claim?

A - Apply for new policy

13 - What is the extension policy after one year, if there is a claim?

A – Underwriting company will decide if the insured is eligible for new a policy.

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