Grandparent and Parent Super Visas permit eligible grandparents and parents to visit their family in Canada for up to 2 years. Super Visas do not need to renew.
Citizenship and Immigration Canada may issue a multiple-entry visa valid for up to ten years to eligible applicants under this program.
The applicant must meet the requirements
- Applicant Parent or grandparent must be a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident of Canada.
- To be found admissible to Canada.
- You must have to submit a written statement of all the financial records and other supporting documents from their child or grandchild in Canada who meets a certain economic threshold.
- It is important to prove that the applicant has taken Canadian medical insurance for a period of one year along and have completed an immigration medical examination.
The person has to be a genuine visitor to Canada who will leave the country by choice at the end of the visit. Visa officers will consider all the factors before deciding if a person is admissible. Among the things that could be considered are:
- The Applicant ties to the home country
- The purpose of the visit
- The Applicant’s family and financial history
- Applicant must have got a good economic and political stability of the home country
- An invitation from a Canadian Sponsor.
It is important to know that the super visa is still a temporary visa.
you have to submit a parental sponsorship application. If your grandparents or parent are planning to stay in Canada permanently.