Frequently Asked Questions Part 1

Here are answers to some of the most Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) that people have when they are making plans of travelling to Canada.

Q. What is the most important thing I should look for when I am shopping for Super Visa Insurance?

A. When you are shopping for anything, the price is an important consideration. However, a good price for Canada Super Visa insurance does not always mean getting the cheapest possible plan. As important as it is to get affordable emergency medical travel insurance, you also need to consider whether the insurance plan provides the coverage necessary for the insured person. It’s always better to look beyond the rates when shopping for Canada Super Visa insurance.

Q. Can anybody apply for the Canada Super Visa?

A. The Canada Super Visa is also known as the Canada Parents and Grandparents Super Visa. It is a multi-entry visa that is valid for up to ten years. A Super Visa holder can visit Canada and stay in the country for up to two years without renewing their visa. However, the visa has been designed to reunite families, and not everyone can apply for it. As the name suggests, it is for the parents and grandparents of Canadian citizens and permanent residents.

Q. Can I still get Canada Super Visa insurance for my parents travelling to Canada during COVID-19?

A. Getting Super Visa Insurance for your parents and grandparents travelling to Canada is not just possible – it is a necessary part of the process if they plan to visit you in Canada even during COVID-19.

Q. Is it still possible to visit Canada during COVID-19?

A. Yes, it is! You have to make a lot of considerations, but it is possible to visit Canada during COVID-19 based on the current situation of the pandemic.

Q. What is the best way to help my parents immigrate to Canada?

A. Canada has long been known to have a convenient immigration process. If you are a parent or grandparent of a Canadian citizen or permanent residence, the best possible way to go about immigration to the country is through the Parents and Grandparents Program (PGP) introduced in 2011.

At Travel Shield, we can provide you with a range of options for medical insurance and make recommendations based on your requirements. Feel free to contact us here or call us at 1-866-517-0606 to find out how we can help.

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