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Interim Pathway For Caregivers Revives To New Applications


Momentary pathway to perpetual living arrangement for qualified parental figures will stay open for a quarter of a year

Canada's Interim Pathway for Caregivers is by and by open to new applications.

The transient program gives a pathway to lasting home for people who have gained work involvement in Canada since November 30, 2014, as a home childcare supplier, home help specialist or a mix of both.

Work experience must match the underlying depiction and rundown of primary obligations for Canada's National Occupational Classification (NOC) Group 4411 or 4412.

The pathway's July 8 opening is its second since it was first disclosed by the Government of Canada prior this year and it will acknowledge applications for the following three months.

The Interim Pathway for Caregivers is available to the individuals who plan to dwell outside of Quebec and who have:

  • authorization to work in Canada on a work permit other than a Live-in Caregiver Program (LCP) work permit (at the time of applying); or
  • applied for a renewal of a work permit other than a Live-in Caregiver Program work permit; or
  • applied and is eligible for restoration of status, and held a work permit other than a Live-in Caregiver Program work permit as their most recent work permit; and
  • language skills of at least a CLB/NCLC 5 in English or French; and
  • 12 months of full-time work experience in Canada since November 30, 2014, in a relevant occupation; and
  • a minimum of a Canadian high school diploma or non-Canadian educational diploma, certificate or credential that's equal to a Canadian high school diploma.
    • Foreign credentials will require an Educational Credential Assessment (ECA) - issued within five years before the date of application by an approved organization - that indicates that the foreign diploma, certificate or credential is equivalent to a completed Canadian secondary school diploma.

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