The Visitors to Canada Plan option offered by Allianz Global Assistance is ideal for anyone who requires emergency medical health care coverage while visiting Canada as a Super Visa applicant, temporary worker, landed immigrant or tourist.
To help you better understand the Super Visa requirements, we have outlined some answers to important questions you may be asking yourself.
A Super Visa offers Canadian and permanent resident families the opportunity to reunite with a parent or grandparent who live outside of Canada for up to two consecutive years. It’s also a visa that provides multi-trip entries for up to 10 years.
As part of the application process, applicants must confirm they have:
- A minimum of $100,000 CAD in emergency medical travel insurance coverage in place for at least one year after arriving in Canada.
- Proof that the medical insurance premium has been paid.
- A signed letter from your child or grandchild, inviting you to Canada and a promise that they will be able to provide financial support.
For more details on the application process, please visit Immigration and Citizenship Canada.
For a full and updated list of requirements, please visit the Government of Canada’s website.
Canadian residents may purchase medical insurance on behalf of their visiting family member(s) who are part of the Super Visa program, and should be aware that if they have sponsored their stay, are responsible for their medical bills in the event that they are unable to pay.
The cost varies according to the applicant’s age, the policy length, medical history, and the amount of coverage. For couples, purchasing an insurance plan together may be cheaper than buying as individuals. Visit our booking path
or call us at 1-844-310-1578 from North America / 1-519-514-0355 anywhere else.
Parents and grandparents can still apply, however, please note that there are specific rules on who qualifies for immediate family members. Please be sure to visit the Government of Canada’s website
for more information.
Yes, policyholders with a Visitors to Canada plan from Allianz Global Assistance will be eligible to claim for medical expenses if they test positive and fall ill with COVID-19 during their stay in Canada, as long as they have met the eligibility criteria for the policy and weren’t experiencing any symptoms on the effective date of their policy. Remember, that all claims are subject to the terms, conditions and conditions of the policy.
If you travel outside of Canada after the Canadian government issues a written warning to avoid all travel, or to avoid non-essential travel to a particular destination, benefits will not be payable for any losses incurred at your destination outside of Canada. Make sure to stay up-to-date on travel advisories shared by the Government of Canada.
To be eligible for a Super Visa you must prove that you have sufficient medical insurance from a Canadian insurance company.
We offer up to $25,000, $50,000 or $100,000 in affordable emergency medical coverage for visitors to Canada. A Super Visa applicant is required to purchase a plan with $100,000 in emergency medical coverage to qualify for their visa application. If you are staying in Canada for six months or less, any of the other plan coverages will cover your stay.
Here are some of the benefits offered with the Visitors to Canada Plan?
- $100,000 in medical coverage for the duration of a year.
- No medical questionnaires required to obtain a quote.
- No deductibles, which means no additional costs when filing a valid claim.
- The option to return to your home country for a visit before coming back to Canada without cancelling coverage.
- Partial refund of your policy for unused days if you return to your home country earlier than planned.
- 24-Hour Emergency Travel Assistance.