On February 23, 2019, the IRCC (Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada) announced an interim pathway for foreign caregivers who did not qualify for Canadian permanent residency.
Most of these caregivers came into Canada after 30th November 2014 and were unable to get permanent citizenship.
The good news is that, as from the month of March 4th, 2019, these foreign caregivers have the opportunity to apply for permanent residency and were able to succeed.
The actual process runs open until in the month June 4, 2019. Additionally, Immigration, Refugee, and Citizenship Canada also declared their plan to unveil two upgraded five-year trial programs.
The pilot programs aim at including spouses and needy children with caregivers who reside and work in Canada and thereby give them a direct pathway of acquiring permanent residence after two years.
Work permit – an authorization to work in Canada instead of a live-in program work permit.
Applied for a renewal of a work permit other than of a live-in Caregiver program work permit
Applied and is eligible for restoration of status, holding a Caregiver Program work permit as the most recent work permit
English and French language skills of at least a CLB/NCLC 5
12 months of full-time work experience in Canada
At least a Canadian high school diploma, or non-Canadian educational credentials, that are equivalent to a Canadian high school diploma.
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