Super Visa Insurance
- You need to purchase private medical insurance from a Canadian insurance company to have your parent or grandparent qualify for a Super Visa. Make sure that the insurance meets the following requirements:
- Valid for a minimum of one year
- Covers health care, hospitalization and repatriation costs
- Covers a minimum of $100,000
- Valid for each entry to Canada
- Available for review by a port of entry office
- Additional coverage of $50,000 with $100,000 insurance option to cover unexpected accidents and emergencies.
- Deductibles are applied on a per policy per person basis. Some companies apply deductibles to each policy claim.
- Special visit privileges in an emergency during treatment.
Premium refund rules on our Super Visa Insurance. The Visitor to Canada policy issued for a Super Visa adheres to the rules and requirements set down by the Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC). You can cancel or claim refund if the visa has not been granted. You can also claim partial refund, if the insured has gone back to his home country before completion of 365 days. (Certain condition may apply)
Super-Visa Travel Insurance can also be bought on a Monthly premium basis. That eases the burden of paying a lump sum amount at once.
VISITORS TRAVEL INSURANCE
For Visiting Friends and Relatives and New Immigrants, Returning Canadians Waiting for Provincial Health Coverage, Work Permit and Student Visa holders, We offer Visitors to Canada Travel Insurance plan.
Our Visitors to Canada plans allow the visitors to visit many countries during there stay in Canada provided they have lived more than 50% days in Canada.
It covers most of the emergency medical coverage up to the amount of insurance they have purchased. Some insures pay death benefits in the event of the death of the insured.
Partial refund is also possible if the insured returned back to his country of origin and has not made any claim.
Travel Plan For Canadians
If you’re planning on travelling out of the province or out of the country, Travel Insurance for Travelling Canadians gives you a simple, affordable way to protect against the cost of unexpected emergency medical expenses and more that may happen during your trip.
Your provincial health plan only covers a fraction of healthcare expenses incurred outside Canada and limits coverage when travelling to another province. Yet illness and accidents are just a few of the all-too-common incidents that could leave you facing significant out-of-pocket expenses when travelling.
Travel medical insurance covers up to $10 million per person. Your finances will be safeguarded in the event of an unforeseen unexpected medical emergency during your trip. To increase your financial protection, coverage is also available for non-medical expenses like trip cancellation/interruption and baggage loss.
Choose the plan that’s right for you
Travel insurance for Travelling Canadians offers you four Single-Trip and two Multi-Trip plans to choose from, so you only pay for the coverage you want and need. Emergency Medical Top-Up coverage is available for trips that exceed the maximum trip-length of your Multi-Trip plan.
Covers you for up to $10,000,000 CAD in emergency medical care including physician services, ambulance services, semi-private hospital accommodation, prescription drugs, diagnostic tests, treatment by registered specialists/therapists such as chiropractors and physiotherapists, and more. Also includes coverage towards the cost of bringing someone to your bedside and/or transporting you home.
A plan that’s right for every type of traveller
Single-Trip plans protect you for one trip, while Multi-Trip or annual plans cover you for an unlimited number of trips during one year, with options for trip durations, no matter where, when or how often you travel.
All-inclusive plans include both medical and non-medical coverage
Choose a Travel all-inclusive plan as a Single-trip or a Multi-Trip and, in additional to emergency medical expenses, you’ll also have coverage for trip cancellation/interruption, baggage loss, damage and delay, flight accident, and travel accident.
Protection for the entire family
Planning on travelling with your family? Family Coverage gives children the exact same protection as the adults they are travelling with.
Protection against the unforeseen
Trip Cancellation & Trip Interruption can be purchased as part of an All-Inclusive plan or separately.
No luggage coverage? No problem
Our All-Inclusive plans include coverage for expenses arising from baggage loss, damage and delay.
Save 50% when travelling within Canada
Take advantage of the Travel Canada plans when you’re travelling entirely within Canada, and you’ll save 50% on emergency medical care coverage.
Additional ways to save
There are many ways to save on your Travel insurance, including Family Coverage, Travel Companion Savings, Travel Canada Savings and Deductibles.
Worldwide travel assistance around the clock
If you are faced with an emergency, our Assistance Centre is available to help you 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Call toll-free from the US or Canada, or call collect from anywhere in the world for any help you.
Applying is fast and easy
Apply in the comfort of your own home, whenever it’s convenient for you.