Your parents / grandparents can stay in Canada for up to 10 years
Super Visa (Super Visa) is a 10-year multiple-entry visa issued by the Canadian Federal Immigration Department to parents/grandparents of Canadian citizens or permanent residents to facilitate their reunion with their families in Canada.
In order to be eligible for a parent and grandparent super visa, both the sponsor (child or grandchild) and the applicant (parent or grandparent) must meet certain requirements. These include:
- Applicants must be the parents/grandparents of Canadian citizens or permanent residents
- Applicant must provide written proof of the child
- Applicants apply for a super visa from outside Canada
- Applicants must have valid Canadian medical insurance for at least one year and at least CAD 100,000 insurance
- Applicants must participate in immigration medical examination
- Applicant has no criminal record
- The sponsor must provide proof that it has sufficient financial capacity to guarantee the applicant’s living expenses
Parents / grandparents come to Canada on a super visa and can stay for up to 2 years at a time, and the visa can last up to 10 years.
Approximately 6 months