Mothers who stay in Canada as accompany to their children
Tight budget on immigration
Have certain level of English ability
The Home Child Care Provider Pilot (NOC 4411) and the Home Support Worker Pilot (NOC 4412) are 5-year pilot programs that let qualified caregivers and their family members come to Canada with the goal of becoming permanent residents. The total annual limit for both is 5,500.
If you’ve been offered a job in Canada as a caregiver or have experience working in Canada as a caregiver, you may be able to apply for permanent residence through one of these pilots.
Since the conditions of Live-in Caregiver program are too harsh, the government has cancelled the program and replaced with Caregiver Pilot Program.
|Category||Live-in Caregiver Program||Caregiver Pilot Program|
|Language Requirement||CLB 5||CLB 5|
|Education for children||NO study permit for children||Provide study permit, free education, and medical insurance|
|Employer||Must be always the same employer||Can switch to different employer|
|Job Type||Must be stay-home caregiver||Can live anywhere, suitable for families who wants to live together|
|Application Process||Work for 2 years first then applies for PR (Long process)||Apply for PR first, then work for 2 years, PR approved once the applicant meets the requirements|
When the main applicant applies for the work permit, the spouse is eligible to apply for open work permit and legally work in Canada. Their children, who are under 18 years old, can also apply for study permit, enjoy free public education and medical insurance.
Please note: The application process is different between experienced workers and non-experienced worker. Please contact our consultant to learn more about the program.
It takes about 3.5 years for experienced workers.
It takes about 4-5 years for non-experienced caregiver.
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