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#1 MissLevy

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Posted 04 August 2012 - 06:54 PM

i am planning to apply for a supervisa for my parents. Can anyone help me with the step by step process of the supervisa? i went to cic.gc.ca but it seems complicated for me and i'm really confused . if theres somebody out there who has recently applied and has been approved, your help would be very much appreciated.

thank you in advance.
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Posted 04 August 2012 - 10:21 PM

i am planning to apply for a supervisa for my parents. Can anyone help me with the step by step process of the supervisa? i went to cic.gc.ca but it seems complicated for me and i'm really confused . if theres somebody out there who has recently applied and has been approved, your help would be very much appreciated.

thank you in advance.


Hi!

1) You have to be a CDN citizen or a PR.


2) you have to meet the minimum income requirements which are determined by the size of your family.
http://www.cic.gc.ca...sp#incometables For example, if your immediate family in Canada just consists of you and your husband, you need to make a minimum of $28,182 a year.

3) A written commitment of financial support for your parents

3) A letter of invitation from you, which includes details of arrangements for their care and support.
http://www.cic.gc.ca...isit/letter.asp


4) Proof of valid medical insurance for them for up to a year from a Canadian company. Most Canadian medical insurance companies can provide this. (note: I think there's companies who can provide a partial refund after, for the time your parents are not in canada)

5)Your parents will need proof that they are your parents. (e.g. birth certificate, baptismal certificate or other official documents naming them as parent)


6) A medical exam for your parents (apparently they will send you instructions what to do after you've applied)


7) Complete the application forms http://www.cic.gc.ca...ations/visa.asp

8) They must have their passports and 2 photographs each to these specifications http://www.cic.gc.ca.../photospecs.asp


9) Pay the fee (you can pay it at a Canada Post outlet. It's $75 each single entry or $150 each multiple entry)

10) Mail the works to Canadian Embassy, Manila

It really helps to show your parents have assets and ties to the Philippines. Include all that kind of documentation.






#3 MissLevy

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Posted 04 August 2012 - 11:34 PM

thank you soo much for this info. i will start the process right away. you made things much clearer for me..this could also help others in processing their supervisa.





Hi!

1) You have to be a CDN citizen or a PR.


2) you have to meet the minimum income requirements which are determined by the size of your family.
http://www.cic.gc.ca...sp#incometables For example, if your immediate family in Canada just consists of you and your husband, you need to make a minimum of $28,182 a year.

3) A written commitment of financial support for your parents

3) A letter of invitation from you, which includes details of arrangements for their care and support.
http://www.cic.gc.ca...isit/letter.asp


4) Proof of valid medical insurance for them for up to a year from a Canadian company. Most Canadian medical insurance companies can provide this. (note: I think there's companies who can provide a partial refund after, for the time your parents are not in canada)

5)Your parents will need proof that they are your parents. (e.g. birth certificate, baptismal certificate or other official documents naming them as parent)


6) A medical exam for your parents (apparently they will send you instructions what to do after you've applied)


7) Complete the application forms http://www.cic.gc.ca...ations/visa.asp

8) They must have their passports and 2 photographs each to these specifications http://www.cic.gc.ca.../photospecs.asp


9) Pay the fee (you can pay it at a Canada Post outlet. It's $75 each single entry or $150 each multiple entry)

10) Mail the works to Canadian Embassy, Manila

It really helps to show your parents have assets and ties to the Philippines. Include all that kind of documentation.





"Someone in love wants more than just kisses, love notes and love songs for a lifetime. After a while, the sparkle of each of those fabulous things will begin to fade if it is not backed up with a covenant commitment. The sacred vow of covenant, the sacred “I do,” is what brings out the unprecedented beauty of romance in a marriage…"



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#4 SeeSea

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Posted 05 August 2012 - 12:16 AM

thank you soo much for this info. i will start the process right away. you made things much clearer for me..this could also help others in processing their supervisa.


You're welcome, I hope everything is correct - I just interpreted from their website. But I have been interpreting their instructions for awhile now when applying for my partner's PR Posted Image. Good luck with the super visa. I think the government wants to show what a success the super visas are, as their pilot project so i hope you will be lucky!





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