Super Visa and Visitor Visa Insurance

Super Visa and Visitor Visa Insurance

If you’re planning to visit Canada, you may need to consider getting insurance to cover unexpected medical expenses. The Super Visa and Visitor Visa Insurance are two options that can provide peace of mind while you’re away from home. Whether you’re traveling within Canada or abroad, having travel insurance can help alleviate the stress of unexpected medical costs and ensure that you can focus on enjoying your trip.

What is super visa insurance?

If you plan to stay in Canada for an extended time, a super visa may be mandatory. For this specific document, medical insurance must cover the duration of your stay – at least one year from the date of entry. Super visa health insurance is offered by Canadian providers and serves to stop visitors becoming an economic burden on public healthcare services. In July 2022, non-Canadian firms may be allowed to offer super visa insurance. If you’re only planning a trip that lasts less than 6 months, then a standard visitor visa or an Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) is all that’s needed. If you require more information on Canada’s healthcare system, visit Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC).)

What is Visitor Insurance?

Whether you’re a foreign worker, new immigrant, or simply visiting Canada, it’s important to have proper medical coverage in case of emergencies. That’s where Visitor Insurance comes in. We offer emergency medical coverage for those in Canada on a temporary basis, including visitors, foreign workers, and new immigrants. Our coverage includes a range of medical needs, ensuring that you can enjoy your time in Canada with peace of mind. Whether you’re looking for Super Visa insurance or simply need coverage for your stay, we’re here to help.

Emergency Medical Expenses For the diagnosis or treatment of an emergency illness or injury, your physician orders or prescribes the following.

Emergency Return Home Visitor insurance provides coverage for medical emergencies that may occur while traveling abroad. In the event of a serious medical emergency, the insurance company will work with medical professionals and emergency assistance providers to arrange for transportation back to the traveler’s home country for further treatment. The cost of transportation and medical supervision will be covered up to the maximum benefit amount provided by the insurance policy. This ensures that travelers can receive the necessary medical care they need without worrying about the financial burden of unexpected medical expenses.

Repatriation: During Your Period of Coverage, the Company will reimburse the reasonable costs incurred for preparing and repatriating Your body or ashes to Your home country should you die. The maximum amount of expenses will depend on your plan. Before you buy a policy, we will explain to you the benefits limit. Different companies have different benefit limits.

In-Hospital Prescription Drugs and Hospital Stay Allowance

Covers prescription drugs and medications prescribed by a physician (to a maximum of 30 days) If you are required to stay in a hospital for treatment of an emergency illness or injury while on your covered trip