Income Required for Canada SuperVisa

13.08.2020

Income Required for Canada SuperVisa

Immigration (IRCC) has updated the Income Required for Canada SuperVisa and the documents required to file the Super Visa program, which allows visitors to come to Canada for extended periods of time. The super visa allows its holder to access the Canada border for up to 10 years. This is a visa that allows the person to stay for 10 years.

Income Required for Canada Supervisa

1 person (your child or grandchild)
$24,328
2 persons
$30,286
3 persons
$37,234
4 persons
$45,206
5 persons
$51,272
6 persons
$57,826
7 or more persons
$64,381
More than 7 persons, for each additional person, add
$6,555

The supervisa is a popular option for immigrants to Canada who wish to visit their parents or grandparents for a longer period of time to build their life and career in Canada. In the most recent application period, demand far outweighed the available supply of visas. However, PGP is currently locked for new applications and can therefore be considered a backup option. Another option is the Canada Super Visa Program (CUPS).

Canadian citizens or permanent residents who support their parents or grandparents are a sponsor who reaches the income limit, or a family member with an annual income of at least $100,000.

The changes will come into force immediately and will now be reflected in the documents required by the applicants for the supervisory visa. Applicants can access the full list of documents such as passports, driving licenses, health insurance and other documents. When deciding whether a person can come to Canada, immigration authorities review several things. The person must be a genuine visitor from Canada who leaves at the end of the visit of his choice.

For full eligibility requirement of the Canada Super Visa visit here

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