Live-In or Live-Out Caregivers
Bringing someone to Canada is an excellent approach to securing experienced childcare and supporting the well-being of your child(ren). Choose from experienced caregivers (view featured caregivers) that we have already met with or ask us to interview candidates on your behalf in select countries. Our screening process in unrivaled and we are committed to helping you make the best possible choice.
Agency Placement Fee: $2000
(payable by sponsoring family in 2 installments).
- Advertisement drafting and posting to comply with Service Canada minimum advertising requirements.
- 30 minute consultation with placement specialist.
- Caregiver candidate pre-screening and pre-selection.
- Interview scheduling and coordination.
- LMIA processing by a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC)*.
- Review and assembly of caregiver documents for caregiver work permit application*.
- Work Permit processing by an RCIC*.
- Process monitoring and updates.
- LMIA application fee to Service Canada:
Effective December 8, 2017, families or individuals seeking to hire a foreign caregiver to provide home care for individuals requiring assistance with medical needs are exempt from paying the Labour Market Impact Assessment application processing fee of $1000. Families or individuals with a gross annual income of $150,000 or less, seeking to hire a foreign caregiver to provide childcare in their home to a child under 13 years of age, also qualify for the processing fee exemption.
- Flight costs of caregiver to Canada.
- Work Permit application fee to Immigration Canada (presently $155; Caregiver’s responsibility).
- Caregiver’s costs to provide documentation to Immigration Canada (Caregiver’s responsibility).
*This is not required and you may elect to proceed with your own immigration counsel or complete the forms on your own.