Super Visa Insurance

Super Visa Health Insurance in Alberta

Super Visa Insurance

Every year Canadian citizens and Permanent Residents invite their parents and grandparents to visit Canada under the Super Visa program, which requires all applicants to have a proper medical emergency insurance policy.

Super Visa health insurance can be called travel and visitor insurance for non-resident of Canada. It is designed to cover medical emergency treatment costs in case of an unexpected sickness or accidental injury while a Super Visa holder resides in Canada or is on a side-trip in another country.

What are Super Visa Requirements?

One of the official Super Visa application requirements is private Canadian health insurance. Therefore, it is essential for the applicant to send proof of Super Visa health insurance coverage along with the rest of the documents in order to be approved for Super Visa program.

Super Visa Insurance is:

» Valid for at least 1 year at the moment you send the application to IRCC
» Cover emergency health care, hospitalization and repatriation
» Provide a minimum coverage of $100,000 CAD
» Be valid for each entry to Canada and available for review by a Point of Entry (POE) officer
» Issued by a private Canadian insurance company

Monthly Plan for Super Visa insurance is approved by the IRCC and offers you an easy pre-authorized month-to-month payment basis for the specified period of insurance coverage.

Summary of Super Visa Insurance Benefits:

» Hospital Accommodation     

» Physician’s Services     

» Surgeries     

» Ambulance Services     

» Emergency Air Transportation     

» Emergency Dental Repair     

» Prescription Medications     

» Diagnostics and X-rays     

» Medical Services and Hospitalization     

» Repatriation (Emergency Home Return)     

» Accidental Death and Dismemberment     

» Visits to a Medical Specialist     

» Follow up Treatment     

» Nursing Care     

» Rental or Purchase or Medical Appliances