March 22, 2017: Budget 2017 >Positive changes to LMIA processing fee for families seeking to hire foreign caregivers
http://www.budget.gc.ca/2017/docs/plan/budget-2017-en.pdf Page 69 Budget 2017 also proposes to eliminate the Labour Market Impact Assessment processing fee for families seeking to hire foreign caregivers to provide care for persons with high medical needs, and for middle class families with less than $150,000 in annual income seeking to hire foreign caregivers to provide child care. Waiving the […]MORE
September 2016: TFWP report released
May 2015: Stats show Government putting heavy brakes on new In-Home Caregiver Program
Stats received for Labour Market Impact Assessment applications issued and received since Dec.1,2014 LMIA stats new caregiver program Dec 2014 to March 2015 December 2014: Total LMIA approved: 0 childcare and 3 High Medical needs Total LMIA received: 9 childcare and 12 High Medical needs January 2015: Total LMIA approved: 14 ( 2 childcare and […]MORE
Nanny Fair in Vancouver, BC: February 15th , 2015MORE
November 2014: Canadian Government says no real need for live in care ! Or pay more and hire a Canadian live in caregiver !
Below email was sent from Minister Alexander ‘s office : This is in reply to your correspondence of October 27, 2014, addressed to Mr. Chris Alexander, Canada’s Minister of Citizenship and Immigration, concerning the Live-in Caregiver Program (LCP). The LCP has been a feature of Canada’s immigration system for many years as a component of […]MORE