Letter of Invitation
Before applying for a Canada super visa, an applicant needs a letter of invitation from his/her child or grandchild. The child or grandchild should be a permanent resident of the Canada.
The letter of invitation should include a promise from the child or grandchild that he or she will offer financial support during the total time period of visit of their parents/grandparents.
The number of members in the household of the child should also be mentioned in the invitation.
Moreover, the child or grandchild should provide a copy of the proof of his Canadian citizenship or permanent residency in Canada.
Minimum Necessary Income
The child or grandchild also requires to prove that he/she meets the minimum necessary household income in Canada.
The proof of income includes the NOA (Notice of Assessment) or T4/T1 for the latest tax year and the letter of employment.
The net-salary and hiring date should be mentioned in the letter of employment.
The application for a Super visa also requires bank statements, pay stubs, and employment insurance stubs as a part of the minimum necessary income requirements.
The child or grandchild also needs to produce proof of medical insurance covered by an insurance company based in Canada.
The medical insurance should have at least one-year validity from the date of entry and $100,000 of coverage.
The applicant is required to produce a document for confirmation of the immigration medical exam.
List of Documents Required for Canada Super Visa
• Letter of invitation from children or grandchildren
• Bank and tax statements in the home country
• Notice of assessment or tax returns· The latest copy of the T4/ T1
• Employment letter from the child’s or grandchild’s employer
• Employment insurance pay-stubs
• Copy of Medical Insurance from a Canadian company
• A medical fitness examination certificate
• Document indicating minimum income requirement of child or grandchild
• Declaration indicating the purpose of the visit, and they will return at the end of their visit· Document indicating the ties to home country