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Parent and Grandparent Super Visa Program

The Parent and Grandparent Super Visa Program was first announced on November 05, 2011 and became effective on December 01, 2011. The Parent and Grandparent Super Visa Program allows grandparents and parents to visit their child or grandchild in Canada for a period of up to 24 months at a time. The child or grandchild … Read More

Medical Insurance for Super Visa

ALL Parent and Grandparent Super Visa applicants are required to purchase a medical insurance coverage from a Canadian insurance company. After purchase, the Canadian insurance company will normally provide you with insurance documents. One of the insurance documents that you will receive is the letter of confirmation, you can use this letter as proof that … Read More

2020 Income Requirements for Super Visa

The child or grandchild in Canada must meet the income requirements set by the Immigration Refugee and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) in order for the parents/grandparents to visit Canada under the Parent and Grandparent Super Visa program. The Parent and Grandparent Super Visa applicant must prove that the Inviter (the child/grandchild in Canada) meets the minimum … Read More

Employment Letter for Super Visa

The employment letter combined with the T4 Statement of Remuneration Paid will be a strong proof that the child or grandchild in Canada is currently meeting the minimum income requirement for the Parent-Grandparent Super Visa program. An employment letter is especially important if your T4 Statement of Remuneration Paid is more than 3-6 months old. … Read More

Digital Photo

When you are submitting a digital photo online for your visa application, do the following checks first: 1. Does your photo fall under the ones marked with an “x” here? If yes, you’ll need to get a new photo. 2. Is your photo too small? Your digital photo is too small if it is less … Read More

Providing an acceptable photo

One of the top reasons why an application gets returned without processing is because the applicant submitted an unacceptable photo. Check below if your photo falls under one of the photos marked with an “x“. Read this article for instructions on providing an acceptable digital photo for online applications. Source: Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada … Read More

What is a Parent and Grandparent Super Visa

On November 04, 2011, Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC and previously CIC or Citizenship and Immigration Canada) announced that they won’t be accepting any Parent and Grandparent Sponsorship applications effective immediately to prioritize reducing the serious backlog. At that time, it was taking 7-8 years to process Parent and Grandparent Sponsorship applications! Recognizing that … Read More

Letter of Invitation for Super Visa

The child or grandchild in Canada must create an invitation letter for the parents/grandparents to include in their application. The Super Visa application cannot be completed or submitted without this invitation letter. This is a great opportunity for the child or grandchild in Canada to explain in writing how much the visit would mean to … Read More

Getting an upfront medical exam for Super Visa

Parent and Grandparent Super Visa applicants are allowed to get a medical exam before submitting the application. This will considerably speed up the processing of the application because: The applicant will not have to wait for the Visa Office to request for a medical exam Oftentimes there is a wait to see a Panel Physician … Read More

Super Visa requires an eTA

If you are a national of a visa-exempt country and you are arriving by air, you must also secure an electronic travel authorization (eTA) with your valid Super Visa (Introduction Letter). If you are a citizen of a visa-required country, you only need to apply for the Super Visa (Official Counterfoil). Check below if you … Read More

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