The 21st Century travel insurance company is the pioneer of monthly payment plans for super visa visitors. 21st century visitors to Canada insurance has this creative option for the last 4 years after the government introduced super visa.
21st century visitors to Canada insurance plan is a great product for the families who can not afford to pay a lump sum annual premium for their parents and grandparents. Also, the money is not stuck with until their parents or grandparents. Only two months premium need to be paid upfront along with a small administration fee and the third-month premium only needs to be paid when the date of arrival of the visitors is fixed.
The 21st Century travel insurance company is underwritten by Manulife insurance company. They offer two products providing lower rates for people who do not have any pre-existing medical conditions.
They also offer two year super visa policy if the super visa visitors choose to stay the full two years after entering into Canada. On the other hand, if the visitors have chosen monthly payments to pay for their super visa insurance, they do not have to worry about the refund.
Visitors to Canada - Check Waiting Period!
21st century Visitors to Canada Insurance has a lot of benefits as well as some exclusions. It is highly recommended to check the waiting period which applies to the start of sickness coverage if the policy is purchased after entering into Canada. If you're not sure, call us - we're here to help;GET FREE QUOTE
Summary of Benefits:
|Coverage Amount||$10,000 / $15,000 / $25,000 / $50,000 / $100,000 / $150,000|
|Hospitalization||Up to sum insured|
|Emergency Medical Care||Up to sum insured|
|Services of a Physician||Up to sum insured|
|Registered Nurse Services||Up $5,000|
|Side-Trips Outside Canada||Up to sum insured|
|Medical Appliances Rental||Up to $5,000|
|Pregnancy Complications Coverage||Up to sum insured|
|Licensed Home Caregiver||Up to $5,000|
|Uninterrupted Flights (in and from Canada)||Up to sum insured|
|Services of Health-care Practitioner i.e. osteopath, chiropractor, etc.||Up to $1,000 combined|
|Laboratory Diagnostics / X-Ray||Up to $1,500|
|Ambulance Transportation||Up to sum insured|
|Prescription Medications||Up to $500 / 30-day supply|
|Return of Remains / Cremation / Burial||Up to $7,500|
|Repatriation||Economy Class ticket or Air Ambulance|
|Emergency Dental Repair||Up to $4,000|
|Accidental Death & Dismemberment||Up to $10,000|
|Double Dismemberment||Up to $10,000|
|Single Dismemberment||Up to $5,000|
|24-hour Emergency Assistant Center|
Trip-Brakes Benefit is only available to Super Visa holders, who decided to visit their home country, intending to come back to Canada without cancelling insurance coverage provided by the 21 Century.
Please note that in order to be found eligible for Side-Trips insurance benefit, you MUST NOT exceed a total of 30 days outside Canada within a single year (365 days), except your country of origin, in which, medical care cost is not covered by 21 Century at all. You must also physically remain or plan to remain in Canada for 51% of your insurance coverage period.
Travel to Canada & Back Home Coverage:
With a 21st Century Visitors to Canada medical emergency insurance policy will cover uninterrupted flight (including stop-over / connecting flight, if you are not leaving the airport) on your way to Canada. The coverage is provided if your arrival and effective dates are the same, and the policy expires by the time you land in your country of origin or permanent residence, provided that the expiry date and the date you land back home match.
Unlike other Canadian medical insurance providers, 21 Century has per policy deductible, which does not require you to pay the set amount of deductible in case of any claim you make other than the first one.
Policy Wording is an official document issued by the 21 Century, outlining and explaining your coverage benefits, eligibility requirements, exclusions and limitations applicable to your insurance as well as instructions on how to request a refund and submit a claim.
Read this document carefully before you purchase the product in order to clarify any confusions you might have in regards to the medical emergency coverage 21 Century provides for Visitors to Canada.
You are not eligible for coverage with the 21 Century’s policy in case you:
– have been advised not to travel by a physician.
– have been diagnosed with a terminal illness with less than 2 (two) years to live.
– have been diagnosed with lung, liver, brain, pancreatic; any other type of metastatic cancer in the last 2 (two) years.
– have been using home oxygen during the 12 months period (before the date you apply for coverage).
– have been or had been waiting for a bone marrow or organ transplant (excluding corneal transplant).
– have a kidney condition that requires dialysis.
– reside in a care/nursing home or rehabilitation facilities.
Age and Coverage Period Restrictions:
If you are under 85 years old, 21 Century will provide you with a medical emergency coverage up to 365 days (1 year).
However, in case you are 86 or older, you are only allowed to purchase 21 Century medical care coverage for the first 180 days (6 months) starting from your arrival date to Canada. Unfortunately, no further coverage will be available to you until you return to your home country.
Waiting Period is NOT applicable to anyone, who has purchased 21 Century insurance before coming to Canada or has extended the policy coverage.
Waiting Period applies due to the following:
– Policy is purchased after the Date of Arrival in Canada.
– Policy is purchased before or after arrival in Canada and insured person failed to notify us when they have actually arrived unless the arrival date matches the effective date of the insurance policy.
– Insured person requests to change the deductible amount, sum insured and/or add or exclude Stable Pre-existing Conditions Coverage, if renewing the policy with no gap in coverage.
– 72 hours – The insurance policy is purchased within the first 30 days after your arrival in Canada.
– 7 days – You buy the policy after the first 30 days of your arrival in Canada.
– 15 days – You are age 86 or over and you purchase your insurance plan with 21 Century after your arrival date.
In case you have stayed in Canada for a while being covered under an insurance plan from another company, and you are buying 21 Century emergency health care coverage, you are allowed to request to have the waiting period negotiated
Super Visa Insurance: 21st century visitors to Canada Monthly Payment Plan
The 21 Century Visitors to Canada insurance for super visa holders has Monthly installment policy which fully satisfies the Super Visa requirement for the proof of medical emergency insurance set by the Canadian Government (CIC).
In order to buy the Monthly Payment insurance for Super Visa, you will need to complete an application form (link is below) with some basic personal information about the person to be insured. Once it is done, our Insurance Advisors will contact you and send you the Pre-Authorized Monthly Payment form for you to fill out. This form is used by the 21 Century to collect monthly payments for your insurance coverage.
When you are purchasing the Super Visa Insurance Monthly Plan from the 21 Century, you will be paying 2 (two) monthly insurance premiums (out of 12 premiums total for 1 year) plus a $50 policy administration fee. The 2 (two) monthly insurance premiums are accepted by the 21 Century as a security deposit and cover the LAST 2 (two) actual months of the insurance period.
As you might not be sure of the exact arrival date until the government makes its decision regarding the Super Visa, you should NOT activate the policy right away, unless the person to be insured is in Canada.
If the person to be insured is already in Canada, then the insurance MUST be activated at the moment of purchase and the payment will be 3 (three) monthly premiums, which cover the first and the last two months of the insurance coverage period.
The Effective Date and Arrival Date on the policy should match the date you are indicating as your “intended” arrival date on your visa application, provided that the person to be insured is not in Canada at that moment.
Leave the insurance policy in a “Pending” status until the visa decision is reached. No further action is required until the government approves or rejects your application
All refunds and cancellations are a subject to $25 policy administration fee.
You can request a Full Refund of the insurance premium in case:
– You have applied for Super Visa, and it was rejected.
All other requests for premium refunds due to not traveling to Canada should be submitted for approval by 21 Century office.
Requests for Partial Refunds are only issued, if:
– You return to your country of origin before the insurance policy expires.
– You become eligible to receive health care insured under the Provincial Medical Plan.
If you are applying for a Partial Refund and:
– Have a claim that has been paid or has been reported but not yet paid.
– The total amount of all reported eligible expenses will not exceed the Deductible Amount.
You may apply to have such claim(s) withdrawn, subject to a file handling fee of $250 per claim.
Once these claims are withdrawn in order to apply for a premium refund, no further expenses for your medical care will be accepted for consideration. Moreover, the file handling fee will be deducted from any amount to be refunded.
In order to request a Premium Refund, please contact our Insurance Advisors.
Making a Claim with 21 Century visitors to Canada insurance plan:
In case of a medical emergency, you or someone on your behalf has to notify Assistance Center prior to making a claim, if it is possible.
Failure to contact 21 Century will reduce the payable insurance premiums by 20%, which you will have pay out of pocket to a medical specialist or a facility you have received medical treatment at.
There is no penalty if you are admitted to a hospital and it was medically impossible for you to contact 21 Century due to your condition,
In order to file a claim you will need to submit the following:
– Complete Claim Form;
– Policy Number;
– Proof of all travel dates (airplane ticket, passport or visa);
– Original itemized medical receipts, bills and invoices;
– Proof of payment, in case you have paid for the claim;
– Complete medical and hospital records;
– If it was a motor vehicle accident, submit a copy of a police report;
– If a claim is made under Accidental Death & Dismemberment, you need to submit:
a) Police, autopsy or coroner’s report;
b) Medical Records;
c) Death Certificate;
Policy Wording Brochure Claim form Refund Form