Canada’s newest temporary caregiver immigration route is now open to applicants, and it will give a shot to those who were not qualified under the existing programs.
This is an initiative by Canada to allow entry for immigrants. Based on research increases the number of people who migrate helps economic development and boosts the creation of jobs.
Workers in Canada influence the development of Canada’s economy. Canada’s Interim Pathway for Caregivers will open from March 4, 2019, until June 4, 2019.
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada recently said that the program is designed to ease some of the confusion created by the changes to the system for caregivers during the previous Conservative government.
This Interim Pathway for Caregivers is distinct from the Home Child Care Provider Pilot and the Home Support Worker Pilot.
The existing Caring for Children along with Caring for people with severe medical Issues after November 2019.
Intermediate Routes for Caregivers: Criteria and Criteria
The following requirements:
- To be able by the Canadian government to legally work in Canada with a work permit other than a Live-in-Caregiver Program work permit.
- Have the intention of living in a province or region that is not Quebec.
Take with you or:
- A Canadian school certificate or credentials with no lesser than the secondary school certification or
- A credential, degree, or certificate, along with an evaluation of equivalency issued within five years from the date you apply, proves that the certification or diploma or degree is equivalent to the one you received from a Canadian secondary institution.
- It would help if you had an aptitude level at a minimum of 5 benchmarks in either language for each of the four skill zones, as outlined by Canada’s language Benchmarks and the Niveaux de Competence Linguistique Canadiens.
- Beginning November 30 to November 30, 2021, you have to be able to demonstrate one year of full-time, recognized Canadian work experience using the Temporary Foreign Worker Program work license in any of the certified occupations:
- You must be a child care provider following the requirements of the NOC44112, which is different than experiences as an interim parent or foster parent.
- Support specialist for home help or similar job, but not a housekeeper or maid, as defined by NOC 4412.
Submitting your application
Any applications to obtain a permanent residency arrangement in the Interim Pathway for Caregivers should be submitted or presented at the Case Processing Center in Edmonton.
Who is eligible to Process?
There is no information regarding the number of completed applications IRCC will accept in the Interim Pathway for Caregivers. IRCC will acknowledge the complete applications submitted between April 4, 2019, until June 4, 2022.