Super Visa Health Insurance Coverage.
to the Canadian Super Visa
new Super Visa enables the parents and grandparents of Canadian citizens and
permanent residents to visit their family in Canada for up to two years. It is
a multi-entry Visa. This VISA came into effect on December 1, 2011.
of the eligibility requirements for getting a Super Visa is proof of private
medical insurance from a Canadian insurance company.
Visa Health Insurance requirements
well as being issued by a Canadian insurance company, the Super Visa health
insurance coverage must:
valid for a minimum of one year
health care, hospitalization and repatriation
a minimum coverage of $100,000
valid for each entry to Canada and available for review by a port of entry
needs Super Visa Health Insurance?
applying for the Canadian Super Visa must show they've purchased private
medical insurance that meets the Super Visa requirements. The Super Visa Health
Insurance policy you obtain through EasyInsure will satisfy the following
valid for the one year period you specify at the time of purchase
the necessary health care, hospitalization and repatriation coverage
a minimum of $100,000 in coverage, although you choose more coverage
Super Visa Health Insurance Coverage Details:
Mandatory coverage for 365 days
$100,000 - $300,000 coverage limits available
Visa, MasterCard & AMEX accepted
Policy issued instantly
$0 deductible standard but can increase deductible for up to 45% discounts
applicant(s) is over the age of 14 days old and has not reached the age of
90 years at the time of application.
a foreign worker, or
a visitor to Canada with valid legal status in Canada; or,
awaiting provincial government health care coverage; or,
a returning Canadian
not eligible for provincial government health care plan due to an extended
expenses the applicant(s) incur result from an Acute, sudden and
The Company will not
provide coverage, provide services, or pay claims for expenses incurred
directly or indirectly as a result of:
Conditions as defined except as follows:
persons 69 years and under, if Stable in the 120 days prior to the
effective date of this Policy; or,
persons 70 to 79 years, if Stable in the 120 days prior to the effective
date of this Policy and the applicable optional coverage was purchased.
loss incurred as a result of Sickness that originated or was symptomatic
during the Waiting Period as follows:
first 48 hours from the effective date of this Policy, if this Policy was
purchased within 60 days of Your arrival date in Canada; or,
the first seven (7) days from the effective date of this Policy, if this
Policy was purchased 61 days or more after Your arrival date in Canada.
subsequent claim of the same medical condition with respect to a Sickness
or Injury, that occurred during a covered trip and for which a claim has
already been made or is pending.
or any related conditions for which, prior to arrival date in Canada,
testing or investigative consultation took place, was scheduled to take
place or was recommended, and for which results had not yet been received
at the time of departure from Your country of ordinary permanent
residence. This includes tests that were recommended or scheduled prior to
departure, but had not yet taken place at the time of departure.
- Tests and investigative
consultation, including but not limited to biopsies, except when performed
at the time of initial Emergency Sickness or Injury.