One might ask, what is the difference between a visa and a super visa? The visitor visa is intended for any individual, of any age, to enter Canada temporarily. On the other hand, a super visa is intended for Canadian citizens or permanent residents in Canada with an eligible parent or grandparent that can visit family in Canada for up to two years without the need to renew their status. Watch our video below which explains what a super visa is, who is eligible for a super visa, how to obtain a super visa, and much more.
Are you a Canadian citizen or permanent resident of Canada and wish to invite your parents or grandparents to Canada? If so, then the Super Visa might be for you. This visa is valid for 10 years and will allow the applicant to remain in Canada up to 2 years at a time without renewing the status of the visa. If you like to invite your parents or grandparents for multiple occasions to Canada then watch our video on how you as the inviter and the applicant can meet the eligibility criteria for Super Visa application.
The Super Visa is a visa for parents or grandparents that wish to visit Canada. This visa is valid for 10 years and will allow the applicant to remain in Canada up to 2 years at a time without renewing the status of the visa. In order to eligible for the Super Visa the inviter and the applicant has to meet certain requirements set by immigration Canada. Watch our video and find out how you can meet the eligibility criteria to file for Super Visa application for your parents or grandparents.
Looking into inviting your family or friends to Canada? Not sure whether to file for Super Visa or Visitor Visa? If so, watch our video and find out which visa will work better for your immigration matter.
If you are a Canadian citizen or Permanent Resident of Canada and have parents who wish to visit Canada for longer period of time then the Super Visa might be for you!! This is a new option provided from December 1st of 2011. This visa is valid for 10 years and will allow the applicant to remain in Canada up to 2 years at a time without renewing the status of the visa. For more information about Super Visa please watch our video below and find out if you meet the eligibility criteria to invite your parents under the Super Visa.
If you are looking into inviting your parent or grandparents to Canada you need to meet certain requirements to be eligible under the Super Visa category. This video mainly focuses on how you can meet the Low Income Cut Off (LICO) requirements to be able to invite your parents to Canada. Find out if you meet the LICO requirements!!
If you are looking into inviting your parents to Canada and are unsure whether to file for a Super Visa or Visitor Visa also known as a Temporary Resident Visa (TRV) then watch our video to find out which visa could work better for your family to be invited to Canada.
Interested in having your grandparents or parents visit you in Canada on a long term basis? The super visa might the solution you are looking for, watch our video on what mandatory documents you need to include in your application and what requirements you as the inviter and the visitor has to meet to eligible to obtain a Super Visa for you parents.
The Super Visa is a special visa for parents and grandparents of Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents. If you want to invite your parents and grandparents, find out what your responsibilities are as the inviter ranging from financial to medical responsibilities.
If you are interested in inviting your parents or grandparents to Canada, the Super Visa might be right for you. If you are interested in applying, watch our video to find out what documents you might need to include in your Super Visa application.