Super Visa Insurance
What is super visa insurance?
Super visa insurance has no difference to the visitor to Canada insurance. It will feature all the coverage amount, refund policy, premium amount, primary and secondary benefits, and much more. The Canadian government has introduced the concept of super visa in 2011. It is basically introduced to manage all the backlog of applications from a visitor who wants to stay for a longer period of time in Canada.
The super visa insurance is basically granted to qualified grandparents and parents of Canadian citizens and permanent residents. Using a super visa you can stay in Canada for up to two years with an option to apply for an extension.
How to buy super visa insurance?
In order to apply for the Super Visa in Canada, you must have at least $100,000 in health coverage issued by a Canadian insurance company. It is required to make sure the visitor has the money to pay for their health care if they got injured or become sick in Canada.
Also, a visitor needs to qualify below-mentioned requirements:
- A visitor must have coverage for up to 365 days in Canada with no expiry date exclusion.
- A visitor must have the ability to return to their home town without any cancellation of coverage policy.
If you want to learn more, how to apply for Super Visa in Canada, you can contact us anytime. We are always there to give you the best advice.
What is the cost of Super Visa Insurance?
When it comes to cost, every individual company has its unique terms and conditions of the offering. To know about the policy you can contact our experts and we make sure to offers the best plan according to your needs. We make sure that you are fully confident about your purchase and have clearly understood the policy.
How And When I Can Get Super Visa Insurance Refund?
You can ask for your Super Visa plan refund, if :
- The visa officer refuses the Super Visa application. In this case, you will get a 100% refund, before the start of insurance date.
- If your grandparents or maybe your parents return to the home country and there is no claim and a partial claim is given to you.
- If the Super Visa is issued and your parents or grandparents decides not to visit and want to cancel the policy then your admission will get deducted i.e. upto $250 per policy.