Numerous Canadians believed that the time span their folks or grandparents remained in Canada was excessively short. The Government of Canada has perceived this and set up an uncommon visa, known as the Super Visa, to address this issue.
Super Visa is a multi-entry visa that provides multiple entries for a period of up to 10 years. The key difference is that a Super Visa allows an individual to stay in Canada for up to two years at a time, while a 10-year multiple entry visa would only have a status period for every six-month entry. This is an ideal option for Canadian citizens and Canadian permanent residents who are waiting to sponsor their parents for PR or who are currently not eligible for Parental PR sponsorship.
Who can apply?
Parents and Grandparents with spouses or common-law partners of Canadian Permanent Residents and Canadian Citizens, can apply for a Super Visa
The sponsor must meet the minimum necessary income (for Super Visa) requirement, and provide the most recent Canadian tax return (Notice of assessment) from Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) where line 150 meets or exceeds this amount.
Purchase Canadian healthcare insurance of $100,000 coverage for at least 1 year
Complete a medical examination
A written commitment of financial support from the Sponsor (child or grandchild) must be provided
Other conditions to be met:
Your ties to your home country
The purpose of your visit
Your family and finances
The overall economic and political stability of your home country