Visitors Insurance to Canada is a type of travel insurance that provides medical coverage and emergency assistance to non-Canadians visiting Canada for a limited period of time.
Non-Canadians visiting Canada for a limited period of time, such as tourists, international students, and foreign workers, are eligible for Visitors Insurance to Canada.
Visitors Insurance to Canada covers emergency medical treatments, hospitalization, ambulance services, and emergency dental care. It may also include coverage for trip interruption, baggage loss, and accidental death and dismemberment.
Some Visitors to Canada Medical Insurance policies may provide coverage for pre-existing medical conditions, subject to the policy terms and conditions.
Are prescription drugs covered under Visitors to Canada Medical Insurance?
The maximum coverage amount available under Visitors to Canada Medical Insurance varies depending on the policy and coverage level selected. Talk to our advisors to know more.
To apply for Visitors to Canada Medical Insurance, contact our trusted and experienced insurance broker to discuss your options and submit an application.
The approval time for Visitors to Canada Medical Insurance may vary depending on the policy and provider, but many policies can be approved within a few business days.
If your stay in Canada is longer than expected, you may be able to extend your coverage by contacting your insurance provider or broker and requesting a policy extension.
A Super Visa is a long-term multiple-entry visa that allows parents and grandparents of Canadian citizens or permanent residents to stay in Canada for up to two years at a time.
A Super Visa is typically valid for up to 10 years, with the ability to stay in Canada for up to two years at a time.
Parents and grandparents of Canadian citizens or permanent residents who meet certain eligibility criteria, such as providing proof of financial support and passing a medical examination, are eligible for a Super Visa.
To be eligible for a Super Visa, applicants must show that they have sufficient financial resources to support their stay in Canada and that their child or grandchild in Canada meets the minimum income requirements.
Yes, applicants for a Super Visa are required to purchase and maintain medical insurance coverage from a Canadian insurance provider for the duration of their stay in Canada.
Super Visa Insurance typically includes coverage for emergency medical treatments, hospitalization, ambulance services, and emergency dental care.
Yes, you can apply for a Super Visa online. Talk to our advisors to know more or use the Super Visa quote system on our website to send an application.
The processing time for a Super Visa application may vary depending on the volume of applications and other factors, but the current estimated processing time is approximately 20 to 30 business days.
No, a Super Visa does not allow for work in Canada. If you want to work in Canada, you may need to apply for a work permit.
Yes, you may be able to renew your Super Visa if you want to stay longer in Canada. To renew your Super Visa, you must submit a new application and meet the eligibility requirements.