Canada’s Caregiver Program has changed all through the years yet this migration pathway stays to be a strong choice for the people who are keen on either working briefly or for all time in Canada, as long as you meet the base qualification prerequisites. This program prompts long-lasting residency and you can carry your relatives with you. The Caregiver Program has gone through many changes by Immigration, Refugees and Citzenship Canada as of late. A few projects, similar to the Live-In-Caregiver Program and Caring for Children Program have shut, while others have opened. Parental figures can now meet all requirements for an occupation explicit open work grant and long-lasting home for them as well as their families.
Two years of full-time work experience in Canada as a home child care provider within the past four years;
A minimum language requirement of “initial intermediate” by meeting Canadian Language Benchmark 5 in a designated third-party language test; and
A Canadian post-secondary education credential of at least one year, or an equivalent foreign credential supported by an Educational Credential Assessment.
Are able to do the job – includes any past experience or training
Meet the language level – the minimum language skill is CLB 5 in English
Meet the education requirement – foreign education that corresponds to a Canadian post-secondary education credential of at least 1 year
Are admissible to Canada
Plan to live outside the province of Quebec as a permanent resident