A foreign live-in caregiver work permit processing can be quite a challenge for anyone to complete, especially for working individuals who don’t know the system and all its regulations. Dealing with different government institutions, ie. Revenue Canada (CRA), Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC), Service Canada (SC), Labour Ministry and Worker Compensation Board (WCB) can be a frustrating experience.
Recently, new regulations were introduced by the Federal Labour Ministry to the long lasting foreign workers program and more are most likely to come. As of December 1, 2014, applications for a foreign In-Home Caregiver program, in or outside Canada, can be submitted by the employer himself or by an Immigration lawyer or an Immigration consultant to Service Canada for work permit processing. This is where you need a professional to take over the complicated task.
All you have to do is pick-up the phone and call Paragon Personnel. We have more than three decades of experience and have completed this task thousands of times in the past. We have arranged for an immigration consultant on our team and we know all the ins and outs of the system. Just provide us with the information and documents required and leave the rest to us. We will do it all from A to Z until the work permit is issued, guaranteed.
Information and instructions for CRA.
Registration as per provincial requirements
Advertising as required
Completion of the employment contract
Completion of the In-Home Caregiver application
Submission of all documents by our Immigration consultant for government approval
Assist your candidate with her application for work permit
Provide Salary Deduction Sheet (when required)
Support and guidance throughout the work permit processing
Contact us to complete this task and we guaranty you will receive the positive letter (LMIA) required for the application of your candidate with the Canadian authorities in order to obtain a work permit. Our fee is very competitive compared to other professionals in this field. A short net search will prove, you will receive the full value for your money.
Have some more questions?Give us a call, we will be happy to assist you further and arrange for a personal discussion with you.
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Do you have your candidate and you don’t know where to begin the process?
Your busy life style leaves no time to take care of government procedures.
You are not familiar with the recent changes in regulations to hire a foreign nanny.
Call us during office hours at 604.298.6633 and we will take all the information necessary to complete the procedures on your behalf. An Immigration Consultant will prepare all the documents required and you will be asked to review them and sign where needed.
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