Canadian immigration system keeps the family unification on top priority. The Parent and Grandparent Super Visa is a special kind of visa issued to the parents and grandparents of Canadian citizens or permanent residents to help them reunite. It is just like a Visitor visa but it allows multiple entries as well as permission to stay longer than 6 months at a time. If the parent and grandparents fulfil all criteria of Super Visa like medical as well as other admissibility along with the income requirements for the sponsor and also the private insurance requirements, they are eligible to get Supper visa which allows them to stay with their children continuously for 2 years.
To be eligible:
The Canadian sponsor must be over 18 years and must sign an undertaking to provide all kind of financial support as well as the basic needs to the sponsoring persons so as not to receive any social assistance to manage their basic needs for any reason other than disability.
The host/sponsor must meet the Low Income Cut-Off (LICO), the minimum necessary income requirement according to the size of the family in Canada as well as the number of person they are sponsoring. Both husband and wife along with the other earning members can club their income to prove that they meet the requirement. They all need to provide the most recent Canadian tax return (Notice of assessment) to assess whether line 150 altogether meet or exceed this amount.
Canadian healthcare insurance coverage of $100,000 for at least 1 full year.
Must undergo a complete a medical examination as a precondition.
Supper Visa refusal: There is a possibility that despite of fulfilling all the requirements your case is rejected. If your supper visa is refused and you fulfil all the conditions as mentioned above, we can help you. You can contact us for additional information regarding a Super Visa and supper visa refusal.