As Canadian government hasn’t reached the cap for the Home Support Worker Pilot, the country is still accepting applications for Canada PR under this pilot. Another pilot called “Home Child Care Provider Pilot” is currently filled. It will be reopened for applications on January 1, 2021.
Those who have submitted applications to either of these Pilots will be notified by the IRCC when the processing begins. The COVID-19 situation may delay the notification process.
Both Pilots are 5-year programs that allow caregivers and family members to arrive in Canada and apply for PR. One of these Pilots can be used by foreign nationals who have been offered jobs to work in Canada as caregivers to apply for immigration.
|Qualifying work experience for foreign caregivers|
|What counts||What doesn’t count|
Home support worker
|Pilot program process|
|Provide proof of having at least 24 months of qualifying work experience.|
|If the candidate meets other eligibility requirements, they don’t need to have full 24 months of work to apply for the Pilot.|
|Candidates must apply for a work permit along with the Canada PR application.|
|If they meet all the above requirements, they will be issued a temporary work permit. They can work for any employer as a caregiver unless they are blacklisted by the Canadian government.|
Candidates who want to work as home support workers can apply now. Those who are into childcare must apply in 2021.
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IRCC – Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
PR – Permanent Residence