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Inviting Your Parents and Grandparents to Canada

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Have you been planning to visit family over in Canada? Are you unaware of what a super visa is? Are you thinking about applying for a super visa? If you have answered yes to any of these questions don’t worry as many other people just like you encounter the same situation.

What is a super visa

A super visa lets you visit your children or grandchildren who are either a permanent resident or a Canadian citizen in Canada for a maximal length of 2 years at a time.

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All About Hiring an Immigration Representative

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Do You Want to Immigrate to Canada in 2019

As you may know, Canada’s education and living conditions attract many foreign nationals to visit, study, and work. Furthermore, the multiculturalism in Canada is one of the essential reasons that drives one's longing to move. After they have experienced the beauty of Canada, they may consider settling down permanently in Canada. While numerous individuals are contemplating moving to Canada, they may be thinking about looking for assistance from an immigration representative to make the immigration process more smoothly. Indeed, here comes the most significant inquiry: is hiring a representative necessary? In this blog, we will discuss the benefits of hiring an immigration representative and how to avoid immigration fraud.

Who are Immigration Representatives

Immigration may be difficult and complicated, especially if you are not family with Canadian immigration law. If you are struggling with your application, you may be able to seek guidance from a representative. An Immigration and citizenship representative’s job duties include but are not limited to:

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Temporary Resident Visa Versus Super Visa

Which Type of Visa Should I get

Canada is beautiful country with plenty of tourist hotspots, and this is why Canada is one of the most popular countries to travel to. However, you may have to do a complete preparation before you come to visit Canada. Depending on your circumstances, the things you will need to prepare may be different than other individuals preparing to visit Canada. As a result, it is highly recommended that you have a thorough understanding of all the things you will need to prepare for prior to your travel. In this blog, you will learn about different processes individuals commonly go through before visiting Canada.

What is Temporary Resident Visa

A temporary resident visa (TRV) is also known as the visitor visa. If you are a foreign national who wants to visit Canada and is coming from a non-visa exempt country, you will need a temporary resident visa. A temporary resident visa typically allows you to stay in Canada for a 6 month period maximum. If your temporary resident visa is valid for a different length of time, it will be clearly indicated on the visa. It is your responsibility to be aware of the expiry date of your visa, so that you do not overstay in Canada. You are not permitted to leave and re-enter the country, unless you apply for and receive an approved multiple entry visa.

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Who can apply for a Super visa

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Applying for a Super Visa

Many families have been split apart as a result of children and grandchildren attempting to immigrate to Canada and start a new life. The government of Canada takes this into consideration and allows for a process called the super visa. The super visa is a visitor’s visa for parents and grandparents who wish to visit their children or grandchildren in Canada. This super visa allows for multiple persons to visit Canada for a period of 2 years at a time and with a status period of up to 10 years. This article will talk about who is eligible for a super visa, what to do if it is refused, super visa extensions, and financial requirements in order to allow for a parent/grandparent to obtain a super visa.

Eligibility required to apply for a super visaAn applicant can apply for a super visa if they meet the requirements for temporary residence in Canada as a visitor and provide the proper documentation. They require documents such as:proof of their relationship to the child or grandchild (who must be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident)proof of a medical examination and of being medically admissible into Canadaevidence that the child or grandchild is able to provide financial support through meeting the low income cut-off (LICO) minimum (a co-signer may be added to meet the LICO minimum)Application process of a super visa

After your application is sent, it will be processed at the visa office to make sure it has been done correctly and that it contains all the necessary documents. A visa officer will decide if an interview is necessary. If an interview is required, you will be notified about the interview. If your application is refused, your passport and other documents will be returned. You will also receive a letter telling you why your application was refused. If you sent forged or fake, they will not be returned to you. If your application is approved, your passport and other documents will be returned to you with your super visa. Note that a valid temporary resident visa (TRV) and a valid travel document do not guarantee you entry into the country. You may not be allowed to enter if you arrive in Canada and a Canadian official finds that you are no longer admissible because there has been new information about you which has appeared (such as a forged document).

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Super Visa Application

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Want to See Your Parents and Grandparents more Often?

Canada, being a land of immigrants, is filled with individuals who have migrated here, but have left members of their family behind in their country of origin, for one reason or another. This is often unavoidable, as it is not easy for an elderly individual to migrate their entire life overseas, and across borders. The Canadian government recognizes there are many families who are separated by borders and oceans, which do not get to see each other as often as they would like. For this, they have introduced the parents and grandparents super visa. The super visa program, allows parents and grandparents to apply for a document which allows them to visit Canada an unlimited number of times during the period which it is valid, and stay in Canada much longer than is typically allowed on a visitor’s visa. Though this does not allow families to reunite on a permanent basis, it does allow them to reunite much more often, for extended periods of time. Throughout this article, I will explain what a super visa is, and how to apply for one.

What is a Super Visa?

A super visa essentially a multiple entry visa. Specifically, the super visa is a temporary resident visa which is granted for a 10 year period, and allows individuals to enter Canada as many times as they would like. During this time, the visa-holder can stay in Canada for a period of up to 2 years.

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FAQs for the Super Visa

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In this article, I will address a few popular questions and answers for the Super Visa and some important information to consider when applying for this program. The Super Visa was created and intended for foreign nationals, who have children or grandchildren that are either Canadian citizens or permanent residents, to obtain a multi-entry visa for a period of 10 years. Additionally, they also have strict eligibility requirements that they must meet prior to applying for this program. If you are a parent or grandparent of a Canadian citizen or permanent resident and would like to apply for the Super Visa, I suggest you read our article on “Do you Qualify for a Super Visa?” before reading this question and answer article. The intention of this article is meant to clarify any misunderstanding or confusion with regards to the Super Visa.

Q: Is the Super Visa a multiple entry visa?

A: Fortunately, yes. The Super Visa is a multiple entry visa that allows the individual to enter Canada for a period of up to ten years.

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Who Qualifies to Apply for Super Visa

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Do you Qualify for a Super Visa?

One might ask, what is the difference between a Visitor Visa and a Super Visa? Is the super visa superior to the visitor visa, and if so, in what way? In fact, a super visa is not superior to the visitor visa as they both have the same purpose. The visitor visa is intended for any individual, of any age, to enter Canada temporarily. On the other hand, the super visa is intended for visitors in Canada with an eligible parent or grandparent that can visit family in Canada for up to two years without the need to renew their status. This gives the family of citizens or permanent residents in Canada the opportunity to visit and explore the wonders that Canada has to offer!

What the Super Visa Offers

The Super Visa is intended to be a multi-entry visa that provides multiple entries for a period of up to 10 years. This can be extremely beneficial for family members who wish to stay with their family for a longer period of time than just a couple of years. The key difference compared to a Visitor Visa is that the Super Visa allows an individual to stay for up to two years on initial entry into Canada, while a 10-year multiple entry Visitor Visa would only have a status period for each entry of six months only.

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Denied Super Visa for Parents and Grandparents

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Super Visa Application Refused?

Applied for super visa for your parents or grandparents and got denied? Keep reading to see if you made any mistakes or the immigration officer.

What is a Super Visa?

The super visa is a special visa drafted by the Canadian immigration specifically for parents and grandparents of Canadian citizens of permanent residents. A super visa is a temporary document that allows parents and grandparents to live in Canada for up to two years per every visit for ten years. In order to gain this visa you must meet certain criteria set forth by Canadian immigration.

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Bring your Parents and Grandparents to Canada under the Super Visa

Bring your Parents and Grandparents to Canada under the Super Visa
Super Visa for Parents and Grandparents

Do you wish to invite your parents or grandparents for longer than six months period? Well than the Super Visa might be the right choice for your family. The Super Visa is a Temporary Resident Visa that is usually granted for a 10 year period and every 2 years the parent or grandparent has to exit Canada. The great news is that your parents or grandparents do not have to re-apply after the two year period is up, because the visa is usually valid for 10 years and it is a multiple-entry visa.

The Super Visa is a great way to stay connected with your family; however there are a lot of requirements for the applicant and inviter. The Super Visa documents play a great role in having the application approved or refused. To determine what type of documents you need for the Super Visa application and how you can get your family to Canada then read our blog below.

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Super Visa for my Parents or Grandparents

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Inviting parents to Canada?

Do you want your parents and/or grandparents, whom reside in a different country, to be able to visit you for a longer period of time? If you want your parents and/or grandparents to stay with you for more than 6 months, take a stand and tell them to file in their Super Visa application. Akrami and Associates have dealt with many super visa application cases. At Akrami and Associates, our associates will do everything they need to help you reunite you with your loved ones. We will facilitate the application process for you and help guide you through the process with our expertise, which always results in the best outcome for our clients. With Akrami & Associates, there’s always a way!

What is a Super Visa?

You may ask, “Well what is a super visa and why would I want or need one?” “Can’t I just get a visitor’s visa?” A Super Visa is very similar to a regular Visitors Visa, the one major difference is the time period in which you are allowed inside the country. In the case of a regular Visitors Visa, you could only stay up to 6 months at a time, for example, if you are given a 10 year visa every 6 months you would have to exit the country while with a super visa you would have to exit every two years without have to renew your visa. If you have family that visits you often then it’s recommended to get the super visa, because it saves you time and money in the long run for not having to renew it constantly.

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Super Visa Application for Parents and Grandparents

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What is a Super Visa?

A Super Visa is a temporary visa issued to parents and grandparents of Canadian citizens and Permanent Residents of Canada. The Super Visa allows parents and/or grandparents to enter Canada and stay for up to 2 years per visit and is valid for a period of 10 years. A Visitor Visa is a multiple entry visa which is also valid for 10 years but only allows 6 months of stay per visit; different from a Super Visa which enables 2 years of stay. The Super Visa allows parents and grandparents of Citizens and/or permanent residents to enter Canada and stay with them for an authorized period.

You must be eligible to apply for a Super Visa as a parent or grandparent. Eligibility means you must meet the following conditions:

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Super Visa Questions

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What is a Super Visa?

A Super Visa is an application process where you, as a child of the primary applicant, can apply for your parents or grand-parents to come and visit you in Canada. Your parents and grand-parents will be the primary applicants; they do not hold Permanent Residency in Canada and are not Canadian citizens, rather they are nationals of foreign countries and will thus require a visa to enter and/or stay in Canada.

What are the basic Eligibility requirements for a Super Visa?

To be eligible to apply for the Super Visa, the primary applicant (the parent or the grand parent), must meet the following basic requirements:

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Requirements for Super Visa Application

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A Super Visa is a Temporary Resident Permit issued to parents and grandparents of Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada. The super visa allows parents and/or grandparents to enter the Canada and stray for up to 2 years per visit and is valid for a period of 10 years. A Multiple Entry Visit, on the other hand, is also valid for 10 years but only allows 6 months of stay per visit; different from a Super Visa which enables 2 years of stay. The super visa allows parents and grandparents of Citizens and/or permanent residents to enter Canada and stay with them for an authorised period.

You must be eligible to apply for a super visa as a parent or grandparent. Eligibility means you must meet the following conditions:

You must be the parent or grandparent of a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident

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