Super Visa insurance is made to cover the parents and grandparents of Canadian citizens or permanent residents (PR). Who want to travel to Canada and plan to stay for a certain duration; usually up to two years, without needing to renew their visa status.

A government requirement for getting a super visa is proof of Canadian medical insurance coverage, for a period of at least one year and for a minimum coverage amount of $100,000 to be submitted with the application.

In order for a parent or grandparent to obtain a Super Visa for Canada, they must firstly have a valid emergency medical travel insurance that was purchased from a Canadian insurance company. When submitting their Super Visa application, applicants need to provide proof that they have an emergency medical travel insurance that also:

• Has been valid for a at least 1 year.
• That covers hospitalization, emergency medical care and repatriation.
• Has a minimum coverage of $100,000 CAD for emergency medical coverage.
• Become Valid for each entry to Canada and available for review by a port of entry officer.

https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/services/visit-canada/parent-grandparent-super-visa.html

An Amazing Monthly Payment Plan Option:

Instead of having to pay the entire premium sum for the whole year up front. There is an option that will allow you to only pay a two-month deposit and a $50 policy fee. Your application will then be put on “pending” until it is approved. If it isn’t approved the payments of the two months will be refunded to you. The $50 dollar policy fee will not be refunded.

By using this method, you don’t need to worry about rescheduling travel dates as you wait for the visa application; the dates are flexible and can be changed as needed. Another benefit of this monthly plan is that if an individual decides to return home before the end of the policy. They will receive an early return refund that will be given even if there was a claim.