Super Visa for the parents or grand parents of immigrant families require medical insurance of minimum $100,000 for at least one year.
What is a Super Visa?
The Canadian Super Visa is granted to qualified parents and grandparents of Canadian citizens and permanent residents. Unlike the regular visitor's visa that allows someone to remain in Canada for only six months, the Canadian Super Visa allows a stay of up to two years with an option to apply for an extension. The Canadian Super Visa allows multi-trip entries for up to 10 years.
Super Visa Application Requirements
As part of the application process, applicants must confirm they have: (a) a minimum of $100,000 CAD in emergency medical travel insurance coverage in place for at least one year after arriving in Canada. (b) A proof that the medical insurance premium has been paid. (c) A signed letter from child or grandchild, inviting you to Canada and a promise to provide financial support.