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Opening June 18, 2019

Canada is launching two new pilots that will help caregivers who come to Canada gain Permanent Residence.

The Home Child Care Provider and Home Support Worker pilots will open for applications on June 18, 2019. They will replace the expiring Caring for Children and Caring for People with High Medical Needs pilots.

Caregivers will now only receive a work permit if they have a job offer in Canada and meet standard criteria for economic immigration programs. Once working in Canada, caregivers will be able to begin gaining the required 2 years of Canadian work experience to apply for permanent residence.

Through these new pilots, caregivers will also benefit from:

These new pilots provide caregivers from abroad and their families with a clearer and direct route to permanent residence.

Need assistance? Contact us today or complete our Assessment Form to ensure you are eligible under the either of the New Caregiver Pilots Programs.

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