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Super Visa Insurance after 1st Year

pavel2017

Star Member
May 9, 2017
83
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Hi - According to CIC Website it says :
have medical insurance from a Canadian insurance company that is:
  • valid for at least 1 year from the date of entry
  • at least $100,000 coverage
  • have proof that the medical insurance has been paid (quotes aren’t accepted)

Does that mean that insurance is not required after year 1, if the stay is continuous? Insurance is not mandatory for year 2?
 

kprs_ind

Hero Member
Apr 17, 2013
620
30
Chennai
Category........
CEC
Visa Office......
New Delhi
NOC Code......
2174
App. Filed.......
02-08-2013
Doc's Request.
N/A
Nomination.....
N/A
AOR Received.
06-10-2013
IELTS Request
Sent with Application
File Transfer...
N/A
Med's Request
07-03-2014
Med's Done....
10-03-2014
Interview........
Waived
Passport Req..
25-03-2014
VISA ISSUED...
04-04-2014
LANDED..........
29-07-2014
You have to renew your insurance if your parents continue to stay after 1 year.
 

Copingwithlife

Champion Member
Jul 29, 2018
2,353
899
Earth
Thanks. Do you know where its posted by Canadian Government or IRCC?
Even if it’s not posted why would you want to take a chance on presumably a family member getting sick , ending up in the hospital and being stuck with a huge medical bill if they didn’t have medical insurance? Seriously. Think about it .
It doesn’t have to be in print , it’s common sense
 

pavel2017

Star Member
May 9, 2017
83
11
Even if it’s not posted why would you want to take a chance on presumably a family member getting sick , ending up in the hospital and being stuck with a huge medical bill if they didn’t have medical insurance? Seriously. Think about it .
It doesn’t have to be in print , it’s common sense
Thanks. Covid19 hasnt kept everyone in same financial condition + travel back is a issue right now.
 

canuck78

VIP Member
Jun 18, 2017
30,346
6,650
Thanks. Covid19 hasnt kept everyone in same financial condition + travel back is a issue right now.
Supervisa is a privilege with comes with one major responsibility which is maintaining supervisa insurance. If your parents are caught without supervisa insurance they could be denied another stay. You could also end up with a huge medical bill. Even with 100k coverage people still end up with bills.