Two initiatives in Canada have been relaunched in an effort to draw in more caregivers looking to move. Successful individuals with qualifications can also move with their families.
years, there is also the opportunity for people who are prepared to relocate to
become permanent citizens.
are being accepted for the Home Support Worker and Home Child Care Provider
Pilot programmes run by the Canadian government. Foreign nationals, especially
Nigerians, have the chance to relocate with their families and apply for
permanent residency under these two carer programmes.
Nigerians may begin applying as early as 9 a.m. Eastern Standard Time (EST) on
January 1, 2024.
regarding the Canadian Carer Programme The scheme provides qualified carers and
their families with the chance to move to Canada with the possibility of
becoming permanent citizens. It has a five-year duration. The two primary
application processes are obtaining experience and applying directly for
permanent residence. The application fee is N982,030 ($CAN 1,085).
Canada Carer Programme application process operates Nigerians applying through
direct entrance must select the category and have 12 months of appropriate job
On the other
side, the Gaining Experience category is available to people who have less than
a year of work experience or who have never worked as a full-time carer in
Canada. Let's say you've held a caregiving position.
How to apply for carer programmes in Canada See the official Canada.ca website for a complete list of prerequisites. Show off your fluency in French or English by taking recognised language exams. Have your qualifications from overseas schools assessed by organisations that have been certified by Canada. Put together and send in your whole application material for permanent residence.
For a final determination on your application, after submitting your
application, go to your scheduled biometrics appointment and adhere to any
further directives provided by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
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