I want to work in Canada as a caregiver, but I don’t meet the requirements of the pilots. What are my options?
If you don’t meet the requirements for the Home Child Care Provider or Home Support Worker pilots, you may be able to work temporarily as a caregiver through the Temporary Foreign Worker Program if 1 of the below applies to you:
- you’re already in Canada and eligible to apply for a work permit from inside Canada
- you’re outside Canada and your employer applied for an LMIA to hire you before June 18, 2019
- you’ll be working in Quebec
Your employer needs to get a positive LMIA first.
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