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Bridging Distances and Generations: GM Law’s Mastery in Facilitating Super Visas.

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A Pathway to Family Reunion with GM Law

In an effort to reunite families, Canada’s immigration policy offers the Super Visa – a special provision for parents and grandparents of Canadian citizens or permanent residents. This multi-entry visa allows the holders to stay in Canada for up to two years per visit, with its validity extending up to 10 years.

Steps to Apply for a Super Visa

Eligibility Check: Ensure that you (the sponsor) and your parents or grandparents (the applicants) meet the eligibility criteria. This includes having a minimum necessary income, purchasing Canadian medical insurance for at least a year for the applicants, and more.

Application Preparation: Fill out the application forms accurately and assemble all the necessary documentation, including proof of relationship, medical insurance, and financial support.

Submission and Follow-up: Submit the application and follow its progress. Ensure to respond promptly to any requests from Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) for additional information.

At GM Law, our experienced legal team can assist you through these steps, ensuring that all requirements are meticulously met.

Super Visa Extension with GM Law

If your parents or grandparents wish to extend their stay in Canada, they can apply for a Super Visa extension. The process involves the following steps:

Plan Ahead: Begin the application process at least 30 days before the expiry of the current visa to avoid falling out of status.

Prepare and Submit the Application: Just like the initial Super Visa application, the extension requires careful preparation and accurate completion of the application forms, supported with necessary documentation.

Maintain Legal Status: While waiting for the extension to be processed, the applicants are usually granted ‘implied status’, allowing them to continue staying in Canada under the existing conditions.

Handle Refusals: In case the extension application is refused, our team can guide you through the process of appealing the decision.

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