Super Visa

Super Visa

A great way to bring Parents and Grandparents to Canada is through the Super Visa program. This program allows family members to come to Canada as long-term visitors on a multiple entry visa that may last up to 10 years and allows a parent of grandparent to remain in Canada upto 24 months at a time without the need for renewal of their status.

This is an ideal option for Canadian Citizens and Canadian Permanent Residents who are waiting to sponsor their parents for PR, or who currently do not qualify for Parental PR sponsorship

What is required to apply for Supervisa?

  Be the parent or grandparent of a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident of Canada.
  An invitation from your child or grandchild.
  The sponsor must meet the minimum necessary income (for Super Visa) requirement and provide the most recent Canadian tax return (Notice of assessment).
  Purchase Canadian healthcare insurance of $100,000 coverage for at least 1 year- check the cost for insurance here. (approximately $2,000 – $3,000 CAD per year).
  Parents will most be required to undergo a medical examination.
  A written commitment of financial support from the Sponsor (child or grandchild) must be provided.
  Have to satisfy the immigration officer that you are genuine visitor to Canada who will leave by choice at the end of your visit.
  Show ties to your home country.

Why retain us?

Brining your family to Canada is a big step and most exciting one. It is a shame when one cannot fulfill their dreams because they missed to dot the i’s and cross the t’s. As a licensed immigration consultant, we know how to handle temporary resident visa applications such as supervisas to improve your chances at receiving an approval. Let us help you put forward the best application possible.

Frequently Asked Questions

The Comprehensive Ranking System is a points-based system used to assess and score a candidate's profile to rank them in the Express Entry pool. Points are awarded for factors including age, education, language proficiency in English or French, work experience (both in Canada and internationally), and other factors. The higher the score, the better the chances of receiving an Invitation to Apply (ITA) for permanent residency.