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Super Visa Insurance


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Super Visa Insurance - Private Medical Insurance Coverage of min $100,000 to insure parents, grandparents coming to Canada under Super Visa for hospitalization, hospital Care, repatriation by Canadian Insurance Company valid for 365 days from the date of entry to Canada.

When traveling outside of your country of origin and visiting kids and grandkids in Canada, if a medical emergency happens it can put a lot of financial stress as the medical expenses can be very high. Therefore the purchase of Super visa Insurance can help to cover the medical expenses of parents and Grandparents in case of a medical emergency.



Online Quotes Super Visa Application Process

You get to choose

You get to choose - start date for the plan and you can always change effective date before start of the coverage.

Lowest Premiums

Lowest Premiums Guaranteed for the similar benefits.

100% refund

100% refund - If no Visa Granted for any reason before effective date.

Partial Refunds

Partial Refunds - In case your parents decide to go back sooner than one year, a prorated refund is available, provided NO CLAIM on the Policy.

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Benefits


Benefits

No coverage for any pre-existing conditions

120 day stability for all pre-existing conditions

Hospital Accommodation Semi-private room rate OR ICU if required. Emergency room fees. c. Emergency out-patient services Semi-private roomrate OR ICU if required. Emergency room fees. c. Emergency out-patient services
Medical Services Licensed physician, surgeon, anaesthetist or registered graduate nurse. Licensed physician, surgeon, anaesthetist or registered graduate nurse.
Diagnostic Services Laboratory tests and x-rays. magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), cardiac catheterization, computerized axial tomography (CAT) scans, sonograms or ultrasounds and biopsies if approved. Laboratory tests and x-rays. magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), cardiac catheterization, computerized axial tomography (CAT) scans, sonograms or ultrasounds and biopsies if approved.
Prescription This benefit is limited to a 30-day supply of prescription. This benefit is limited to a 30-day supply of prescription.
Private Duty Nurse registered private duty nurse as the result of a coveredemergency when medically necessary and while hospitalized or in lieu of hospitalization to a maximum of $10,000. registered private duty nurse as the result of a coveredemergency when medically necessary and while hospitalized or in lieu of hospitalization to a maximum of $10,000.
Paramedical Services licensed chiropractor, physiotherapist, podiatrist, osteopath or acupuncturist to a maximum of $500 per insured person, per profession listed above. licensed chiropractor, physiotherapist, podiatrist, osteopath or acupuncturist to a maximum of $500 per insured person, per profession listed above.
Dental Up to $5,000 to repair or replace whole or sound natural teeth or permanently attached artificial teeth damaged as a result of an accidental blow to the face; and b. up to $500 for emergency dental treatment for relief of pain caused other than by a blow to the face Up to $5,000 to repair or replace whole or sound natural teeth or permanently attached artificial teeth damaged as a result of an accidental blow to the face; and b. up to $500 for emergency dental treatment for relief of pain caused other than by a blow to the face.
Medical Appliances minor appliances such as crutches, casts, splints, canes, slings, trusses, braces, walkers and/or the temporary rental of a wheelchair, not exceeding the purchase price. minor appliances such as crutches, casts, splints, canes, slings, trusses, braces, walkers and/or the temporary rental of a wheelchair, not exceeding the purchase price.
Ambulance Services Licensed ground ambulance service Licensed ground ambulance service
Transportation to Bedside economy airfare plus up to $150 per day economy airfare plus up to $150 per
Emergency Air Transportation Air ambulance to the nearest appropriate medical facility. Air ambulance to the nearest appropriate medical facility.
Repatriation a. up to a maximum of $10,000 a. up to a maximum of $10,000 
Meals and Accommodation up to $150 per day, to an overall maximum of 10 days for your commercial accommodation, meals, essential telephone calls, internet fees, bus or taxi fare or rental car… up to $150 per day, to an overall maximum of 10 days for your commercial accommodation, meals, essential telephone calls, internet fees, bus or taxi fare or rental car…
Hospital Allowance Up to $150 per day to a maximum $1500 for incidental expenses billed by the hospital such as telephone, television or internet charges while you are hospitalized Up to $150 per day to a maximum $1500 for incidental expenses billed by the hospital such as telephone, television or internet charges while you are hospitalized
Return and Escort of Children up to economy airfare to return accompanying dependent children to the departure point in the event that you are returned to your country of origin or Canada. up to economy airfare to return accompanying dependent children to the departure point in the event that you are returned to your country of origin or Canada..
Accidental Death & Dismemberment (Optional) up to $100,000, for loss of life, limb or sight of an insured person resulting directly from accidental injury up to $100,000, for loss of life, limb or sight of an insured person resulting directly from accidental injury

Precautions to take while Traveling with Health Conditions


Last updated : 01/28/2023
Super Visa Medical Insurance Coverage is an essential part of a super visa application. The premium and plans depend upon the health conditions of the person. In simple words, pre-existing health condition is defined as any sickness, injury, or medical condition for which treatment has been received or taken. Traveling under such conditions is a cause for concern; however, they should not prevent you from enjoying your trip abroad.

Following are some precautions that a person can take while traveling with health conditions:
- Always carry a good stock of your medical supplies and medication in a handbag that always remains with you during the travel.
- Set an alarm on your wristwatch or smartphone to remember the timings of your medications because it is easy to get distracted during the flight. So, this will help you to take your medications on time.
- Moreover, take care of the temperature to which your medication is subjected. Extreme temperatures can reduce the effectiveness and can denature medications. This becomes more crucial in the case of insulin. Try to keep your insulin in a vacuum flask packed with ice and prefer carrying insulin pens rather than vials.
- Always take along healthy food with you. Do not assume that you will find food that suits your medical condition.
- During the flight, you can always ask for meals with low sugar, fat, and salt. You can do the same during your hotel stay.
- Also, you should take a complete medical test to have your cholesterol, blood pressure and other parameters checked at least a few weeks before your flight.
- Always wear clothing that will suit the climate of your destination. Your shoes should also be comfortable.
- Do not forget to carry a first-aid kit with medications after consulting your doctor for vomiting, diarrhea, fever, and other illness that can occur commonly during travel.


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