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A Super Visa is a multi-entry long-term visa particularly designed for the parents and grandparents of Canadian citizens and permanent residents. Super Visa typically to live in Canada for at least two years, with the ability to apply for visa extension of one year at a time. For family immigration to Canada, a Super Visa is the best option.

Eligibility Requirements for Super Visa

To become eligible for a parent and grandparent Super Visa, the applicant must be the parent or grandparent of a permanent resident or Canadian citizen. The Super Visa is not eligible for the dependents of parents and grandparents. The Super Visa applicants should also be found admissible to Canada and meet some different conditions. Visa officers consider several factors before deciding whether a candidate is acceptable or not. The eligibility of the Canadian Super Visa requirements include:

  • The individual’s connections to his or her home country
  • The purpose behind the visit
  • The individual’s family and financial circumstance
  • The overall political and economic stability of the home country
  • Invites from Canadian hosts

How to Apply for a Super Visa

If you want to apply for a Super Visa, there are two options. You (the applicant) can either apply online or submit a paper-based application. Regardless, you must prove that you are the parent or grandparent of a Canadian or permanent resident. Your application should include an invitation letter from your child or grandchild. The letter will include plans for your consideration and the number of individuals living in their Canadian house. You will have to show that you have private health insurance from a Canadian insurance company valid for at least one year. Your child or grandchild will also need to show some proof that they have sufficient assets to help you during your visit by meeting the Low Income Cut-Off (LICO) minimum for their family unit size.

Common Reasons for Super Visa Application Rejection

There are many reasons behind the possible rejection of your Canadian Super Visa for parent and grandparent application. The most common of those are listed below:

  • Canadian inadmissibility due to a past criminal record
  • Inadequate or inaccurate information mentioned in the super visa for parent and grandparent application form
  • Relationship evidence is not present, or it does not support the claim, or no documentation is given
  • Health status – being unwell or undergoing treatment for a severe illness

How Move Immigration Services Can Help

The process of applying for and getting the Super Visa should be done directly between the applicant and Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC). But, several factors can cause delay or rejection. If you prefer the peace of mind, it comes with having a certified and experienced Canadian immigration consultants to guide you through the process.
At Move Immigration, our specialists have experience of over ten years. Let them help you accomplish your fantasy in a hassle-less way. If you need any help or consultation, simply give us a call at +1 (416) 996-0786 or email us at info@moveimmigration.com.

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