New flexibility for Parent and Grandparent Super Visa (PG-1) applicants
Super visa insurance, announced today that it is now offering a new monthly payment option for applicants of Parent and Grandparent Super Visa (PG-1), who require a minimum of $100,000 medical insurance coverage for one year.— Maxxlife Financial, one of Canada s leading providers of
We are delighted to offer our clients a degree of flexibility in getting their relatives covered for the PG-1 visa, said a spokesperson for Maxxlife. It can be costly to arrange for a long-term visit, so it s nice to be able to break up the premium into affordable monthly payments.
With this new program in effect, buyers of Super Visa insurance will be able to pay only a deposit towards the total premium, pending the approval of their PG-1 application by CIC. The deposit is equal to two months worth of the annual premium, plus a $50 fee. When the Super Visa is issued, but before the insured s arrival in Canada, the client will notify the company of the exact arrival date and the policy will then be activated and regular monthly payments from the credit card will commence on the effective date for the remaining 10 months of the premium. Premiums must always be paid at least two months in advance.
If the Super Visa is refused by CIC the client will receive a refund of their deposit, minus the $50 fee. If the client returns to their country of origin before the year expires, the monthly billing will stop (provided the client can show proof of departure).
For more Information, visit https://maxxlife.ca
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Name: Media Relations
Organization: Maxxlife Financial, Inc.
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