A Super Visa Canada allows parents or grandparents of Canadian citizens or permanent residents to stay in Canada for more than six months. The visa is also known as a parent and grandparent visa in Canada.
Super Visa Canada Requirements for Parents and Grandparents.
The super visa for parents and grandparents allows them to stay in Canada for up to two years at a time.
But a super visa program is valid for 10 years, so the parent or grandparent can visit as many times as they want within those 10 years as long as each trip is less than two years. That means that a Super Visa is a multi-entry visa.
If the visit to Canada is less than six months at a time, then you don’t need a Super Visa. You will need a standard visitor visa or Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) if you’re from a visa-exempt country. You can check out which one you’ll need here.
A Super Visa for Canada is only available to parents or grandparents of Canadian citizens or permanent residents.