What is the Difference between the Parent and Grand-Parent Super Visa and the Visitor’s Visa - Immigration Blog about US & Canadian Immigration matters.

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Super Visa Questions

Super Visa Questions

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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