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Live-in Caregivers

Welcome to Titan Law, your trusted partner in navigating the intricate landscape of caregiver programs in Canada. If you possess a passion for caregiving, you may qualify for one of the three distinguished Caregiver Programs in Canada, offering a pathway to temporary work or permanent residency. Our team of mmigration consultants is here to guide you through the process and ensure a seamless application.

Home Child Care Provider Pilot

The Home Child Care Provider Pilot, a five-year initiative, welcomes qualified caregivers and their families to Canada, aiming to pave the way for permanent residency. If you have received a job offer in Canada as a caregiver or have prior caregiving experience in the country, you may be eligible to seek permanent residence through the Home Child Care Provider Pilot. Familiarize yourself with the eligibility criteria to determine your suitability. Home Child Care Provider – NOC 4411
This pilot is open to applicants who are interested in jobs such as:

  • Babysitter
  • Au pair
  • Live-in child caregiver
  • Private home child caregiver
  • Nanny
    Parent’s helper
  • Foster parent
  • Child caregiver in a public setting such as a gym or shopping centre

The Home Child Care Provider Pilot and Home Support Worker Pilot in Canada offer promising pathways for caregivers seeking permanent residence.
Eligibility Criteria for the Home Child Care Provider Pilot To be eligible for the Home Child Care Provider Pilot, you must:

  • Possess sufficient work experience.
  • Meet the required language proficiency level.
  • Fulfill the education requirement.
  • Be admissible to Canada.
  • Plan to reside outside the province of Quebec.

Work Experience Requirement

Applicants must have a minimum of 24 months of full-time work experience in Canada within the 36 months preceding the application. The qualifying work experience should align with one of the National Occupational Classification (NOC) jobs: Home child care provider (NOC 4411)

Specifics of the work experience include:

  • Providing care for children under 18, either in your own home or your employer’s home.
  • No mandatory requirement to reside in the employer's home for eligibility.
  • Experience as a foster parent is not considered in the qualifying work experience.

Language Proficiency
The minimum language requirement is CLB 5 in English using the Canadian Language Benchmarks (CLB) or NCLC 5 in French using the Niveaux de compétence linguistique canadien (NCLC).

Home Support Worker Pilot

The Home Support Worker Pilot is a five-year initiative designed to enable skilled caregivers and their family members to immigrate to Canada with the ultimate goal of obtaining permanent residency.
Home Support Worker – NOC 4412

This pilot is open to applicants who are interested in jobs such as:

  • At-home attendant for persons with disabilities
  • Family caregiver
  • Home support worker
  • Housekeeper
  • Live-in caregiver for seniors
  • Personal aide (home support)
  • Personal care attendant (home care)
  • Respite worker (home support)
  • Doula
  • Home visitor (infant care)

Eligibility Criteria for the Home Support Worker Pilot

To qualify for the Home Support Worker Pilot, you must:

  • Have sufficient work experience.
  • Meet the required language proficiency level.
  • Fulfill the education requirement.
  • Be admissible to Canada.
  • Intend to reside outside the province of Quebec.

Work Experience Requirement

Applicants must have a minimum of 24 months of full-time work experience in Canada within the 36 months preceding the application. The relevant work experience should fall under one of the National Occupational Classification (NOC) jobs:
Home Support Worker – NOC 4412

Conclusion
Titan Law is your dedicated partner in realizing your dream of working as a live-in caregiver in Canada. Whether youre considering the Live-In Caregiver Program or exploring other caregiver options, our immigration lawyers are ready to assist. Book a free eligibility today and embark on
your journey towards a rewarding career in caregiving in Canada.

FAQs

To be eligible, applicants must have a valid work permit, at least 1 year of full-time work experience in Canada as a Home Child Care provider or Home Support Worker, language skills equivalent to CLB 5, and a minimum Canadian High School Diploma or equivalent.

Live-In Caregivers are required to provide at least 30 hours of full-time care to children, individuals with disabilities, or the elderly. They must live and work professionally without supervision and meet specific fluency and training requirements.

Employers can hire caregivers through this program if they have found a caregiver with an existing LCP work permit looking for a new employer and have an approved Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA).

Applicants may be eligible for permanent residence if they have worked for at least 2 years or 3900 hours of authorized full-time live-in employment in Canada within four years of their arrival.

Eligibility includes having enough work experience, meeting language and education requirements, being admissible to Canada, and planning to live outside the province of Quebec.