Comparison of Canada Caregivers Permanent Residence Pathways

Comparison of Canada Caregivers Permanent Residence Pathways
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Comparison of Canada Caregivers Permanent Residence Pathways

Criteria Live-in Caregiver Program (LCP) Caring for Children (expires November 2019) Caring for people with High Medical Needs (expires November 2019) Interim Pathway for Caregivers (expires on June 4, 2019)
Work experience Experience as an authorized full-time live-in caregiver in the LCP. Canadian experience as ahome childcare provider.

Note: Experience as a foster parent doesn’t count.

Canadian experience in oneof these jobs:

  • registered nurse and registered psychiatric nurse
  • licensed practical nurse
  • nurse aide, orderly and patient service associate
  • home support worker

Note: Experience as a housekeeper doesn’t count.

Canadian experience as a:

  • home childcare provider
  • home support worker, or
  • a mix of both

Your work experience must have been gained while working on a valid temporary work permit.

Note: Experience as a foster parent or housekeeper doesn’t count.

Length of Work Experience Within 4 years from the day an applicant entered Canada through LCP, applicant must have at least:

  • 24 months of full-time work in the LCPor
  • a total of 3,900 hours of full-time work in the LCP, within a minimum of 22 months (which may include a maximum of 390 hours of overtime)
24 months of full-time work in Canada in the 48 months before you apply. 24 months of full-time work in Canada in the 48 months before you apply. 12 months of full-time work in Canada since November 30, 2014.
Language Skills (English or French) Language would have been assessed when applying for the first LCP work permit CLB 5 CLB 7 if registered nurse or registered psychiatric nurse

CLB 5 if licensed practical nurse, nurse aide, orderly and patient service associate, or home support worker.

CLB 5
Education Education would have been assessed when applying for the first LCP work permit. Completed a:

  • 1-year Canadian post-secondary education credential, or
  • non-Canadian education credential that’s equal to a completed post-secondary education credential of at least 1 year in Canada.

Note: Review ECArequirement.

Completed a

  • 1-year Canadian post-secondary education credential, or
  • non-Canadian education credential that’s equal to a completed post-secondary education credential of at least 1 year in Canada.

Note: Review ECArequirement.

Completed a:

  • Canadian high school diploma, or
  • non-Canadian educational diploma, certificate or credential that’sequal to a Canadian high school diploma.

Note: Review ECA requirement.

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