Live-in caregivers in Canada provide child care, senior support care, or care of the disabled in private homes of Canadian Citizens and Landed Immigrants. At the time live-in caregivers complete a two-year work agreement with a Canadian boss, they can submit an application for permanent residency in Canada.
The requirements to be a live-in caregiver in Canada are as under:
• Have effectively completed the comparable of secondary/high school in Canada (12 years of full-time equal education)
• Have finished six months of full-time training in a classroom setting or have completed one year of full-time paid employment (including at least six months of continuous employment with one company) within the three years as a live-in caregiver right away before a live-in caregiver
• Have the aptitude to speak, read, and listen to English or French at a level enough to converse efficiently
• Have an service contract with a prospect employer
• Applied for a work permit as a live-in caregiver previous to entering Canada
If you meet up the requirements and have arranged employment to work as a live-in caregiver in Canada, please ask your queries in comments below.