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You must first try to hire a Canadian citizen or permanent resident in the available job. When you apply to Human Resources and Skills Development Canada for approval; to hire a foreign national, you will be asked to show what efforts you made in this regard. These are known as recruitment efforts.
If you have been unable to hire a Canadian or permanent resident, your next step is to apply to HRSDC for what is known as a Labour Market Opinion (LMO) or recently changed to Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA). The LMIA process confirms that there is no Canadian worker available to do the position. If HRSDC issues you a positive LMO or LMIA, you are then authorized to hire a foreign national.
You are responsible for finding a foreign Live-in Caregiver. To do so, you can use advertisements, personal contacts or hiring agencies.
When you have found a foreign live-in caregiver you wish to hire, then contact us. Let us help you file a successful LMIA application with HRSDC.
An employer who wants to hire a foreign national as a temporary foreign worker in Canada must submit the labor market opinion application with all the necessary documents to human resources and skills development Canada (HRSDC) after competing the necessary advertising requirements.
By submitting a Labour Market Impact Assessment, the impact made on the Canada's job market can be clearly stated. This is the reason why an employer must follow all the steps and should submit all the required documents.
If your employer is hiring you as a live-in caregiver, your employer must follow these step by step checklist to make sure that he/she is submitting all required documents properly. This is to ensure that the application processing will not be delayed.
- Age and parentage of children under 18 years like birth certificate copy, adoption certificate copy and etc.
- Age of the senior above 65 years age like birth certificate copy, passport or any other identification card
- Copy of medical disability certificate must be provided in case of disabled person or a physician note stating that the patient has disability
We can help you with all the documentation and we will ensure that you do not make any mistakes while submitting the documents along with the application. We will completely review your application along with the documents to make sure everything is in perfect place.
After submitting the application for live in caregiver program, the HRSDC or Service Canada, will start assessing your submitted LMO/LMIA application to determine the impact the employer can make on Canada's labor market by hiring a foreign national as temporary foreign worker. The department then issues either a positive Labour Market Assessment which will allow you to hire the Foreign Worker.
Call us today and book an appointment with us! Updated information is available with our firm. We have experienced and talented consultants and immigration paralegals to help you with the application process.
We have dealt with hundreds of Live in Caregiver Application cases. We have helped our clients in their difficult situations and have guided them to draft a more effective application. We can help you draft your application and arrange the required documents. A well-planned and complete application will increase your likelihood of acceptance and will save your from hassle.
If you are worried about the legal fees, don't be! Our goal is to help everyone that is interested in immigrating to Canada. Contact us and we can provide numerous options for you. You can also purchase our very affordable Do it Yourself Immigration Kit which details everything for you. If you are still not sure, feel free to get back to us. We will review your case before you submit it to give you the best possible outcome.