What to Know about Applying for a Canadian Super Visa

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What to Know about Applying for a Canadian Super Visa

Are you wondering what a super visa is? Well, it is similar to any other visa, allowing you to travel around Canada legally. The only difference between a super visa and a regular visitor’s visa is that you can enter and exit Canada as often as you want.

If you’re interested in grabbing yourself a super visa, here’s what you need to know:

Who is eligible for a super visa?

While a super visa is intended for visitors to Canada, not any visitor can just get one. Specifically, you’ll need to be a parent or a grandparent of an individual who is a citizen or PR (permanent resident) of Canada to be eligible for this type of visa. This is because you need a letter of invitation in which you’ll need to apply for the super visa in the first place.

How does one apply for a Canadian super visa?

To apply for a super visa, you’ll need to gather all the relevant documents first, which would then be followed by sending the applications either online or by mail. For convenience purposes, you can do it through the Internet instead.

After the applications have been sent, be prepared to wait for a few weeks. During the waiting period, you will receive a letter instructing you on how you can provide the necessary biometrics, such as fingerprints and facial photos. Additionally, you’ll be asked to go to a Visa Application Centre (VAC) to get these biometrics done. With all that done, you might also have to be interviewed by immigration officials.

What are the conditions and requirements for a Canadian super visa?

There are many conditions and requirements that you’ll have to meet before you can be eligible for the Canadian super visa. Here are examples:

  • You need to be a parent or a grandparent of an individual who is a citizen or permanent resident of Canada
  • You must return to your home country after your stay
  • You need to apply overseas
  • You need to be eligible to enter Canada
  • You need 1-year medical insurance offered by a Canadian company
  • You need to obtain a letter of invitation that includes information on how they will financially support you.

While the above are examples of what you must fulfill to be eligible, there are many other requirements that you might need to meet as well, depending on your case. For example, you might need to go through a medical examination or have a police background check.

When it comes to the financial requirements for the Canadian super visa, that’ll depend on how many people are going to Canada. For example, if your child (or grandchild) has invited only you to come, they will need to have a minimum gross income of $24,949. If they are inviting more than three people, that figure will be $38,185.

Conclusion

As you can see, there are many steps to take when applying for a Canadian super visa to visit your child or grandchild. With so many documents to be prepared and other tasks to be completed, getting a super visa can take up much of your time and effort, only to end up being denied because some requirements or conditions have not been met. Because of this, we highly recommend that you work with an immigration consultancy agency. With their help, you’ll gather all you need quickly, also helping you through the process of application and finally receiving the super visa much faster than you would have if you did it alone.

In need of an immigration agency to help get your Canadian super visa? We’re here for you! Get in touch with us today to find out how we can help you!

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