What’s the difference between the parent and grandparent super visa and a 10-year multiple entry visitor visa?
With a super visa, eligible parents and grandparents can visit family in Canada for 5 years at a time.
A visitor visa only allows for a stay of up to 6 months at a time. If you wish to stay longer, you must apply for an extension and pay a new fee.
There are specific requirements that you must meet to get a super visa. Find out more about the super visa.
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