Faq - Supervisa
Frequently Asked Questions
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Here is the list of common coverge :
Fever, Prescription Medications, X-Rays, Ultrasound, Ambulance fee, Repatriation, Doctor Fees, Flu, Funeral cost, Blood Test, Side trips to USA, Mexico and Cuba, Hospitalization, Surgeon fee, Eye exam, Dental claim. Please review your plans for limitations, read policy wordings or Contact us.
Besides the immigration requirements, you need to have $100,000 emergency medical insurance from Canadian insurance companies.
You need at least $100,000 of coverage from Canadian Insurance Companies, Coverage needs to be valid for 1 year from the arrival date.
Most of the companies provide coverage till age 89, however, special quotes can be arranged if you are looking for a higher age.
All Supervisa holder needs to have 1-year valid coverage from Canadian Insurance companies from the arrival date in Canada. Immigration officers can ask for the proof of it, it’s better to have the confirmation handy.
You can get a full refund on your insurance with proof that your visa was denied. If no proof of denial is provided, The insurance company will charge a cancellation fee of up to $250.
You can contact us to change the dates of coverage before the original effective dates.
If you are travelling to Canada with a Super Visa, you must purchase a one-year policy in order to be eligible. Once you have returned home, you can apply for a partial refund (with proof of your early return, provided you have no claims on file). Most insurers will charge a small fee for this, usually $25.
All the deductibles are clients responsibilities if you decided to take deductibles, you need to pay before the insurance companies start paying for the claims.