Did you know as of 2017, over 2,868,000 Canadians are receiving caregiving at home?
A caregiver is an individual who provides social, or physical support to a child, an aging person or a person with disabilities.
Understanding Caregiver Programs
There are currently three caregiver permanent residence applications:
Home child care provider
Home support worker pilot
Who is a live-in caregiver?
A person who is qualified to provide care for children, elderly people or people with disabilities in private homes without supervision. A live-in caregiver must live in the private home of their employer while they work in Canada.
You can only apply for permanent residence through the Live-in Caregiver Program (LCP) if you have at least 2 years of work experience in the program and:
You’re already working in Canada with an LCP work permit, or
You were approved for your first LCP work permit based on a Labour Market Impact Assessment submitted to Employment and Social Development Canada on or before November 30, 2014
What is the Home Child Care Provider Pilot and Home Support Worker Pilot Program?
The Home Child Care Provider Pilot and the Home Support Worker Pilot are 5 year pilot programs that allows qualified caregivers and their family members to come to Canada with the goals of becoming permanent residents.
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