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Friday, January 19, 2018

CAREGIVER/ NANNY IN CANADA: Application, Fees, and Visa Application Procedure

  Online work visa application process Canada is one of the preferred country of destination of many Filipino overseas workers.  But the opportunity to work in Canada is not that easy, in fact they have occupation classification and there are certain qualifications that has to be met in order to apply for certain jobs.   One of the easiest pathway to get a job offer in Canada is to apply as caregiver.     Advertisements        Below is the  step by step process in order to get qualification and apply for a job as caregiver in Canada. The information here is based on actual application process of a successful caregiver applicant in childcare. This will also give you better understanding on how much would it cost you, and documents you needed to secure for your visa application.     We do not endorse any agency or consultant to process your application. If finding an employer we encourage you to do it through the official jobbank website of Canada to avoid scam.         Sponsored Links    Step 1: Acquire CAREGIVER NC II TESDA CERTIFICATE: Before applying for any job, qualification is important. You can study 6 months training for caregiver in any TESDA Accredited Training Center.   Check here for the list of TESDA training centers that offers caregiver program.  You may also contact TESDA for any updates or inquire on colleges or universities near your area. Trainings usually takes 6 months and after that you needed on-job training (OJT) in hospital.   Usual training and OJT will cost you around Php 21,000, but may vary depending on your location and the institution providing the training.       Step 2: GET LOCAL JOB EXPERIENCE- one of the requirements when applying as caregiver aside from the certifications and credential is experience. OJT can qualify as experience when it is paid, and it is more likely that you will get job offer if you have at least one year work experience.    You will need proof that you have experience by providing "certificate of employment" or payslips. This will be attached when you apply for visa.     Step 3: APPLY FOR JOB and LMIA  (Labour Market Impact Assessment)  - The best way is to apply through  the official government website of Canada for current jobs as caregiver or CANADA JobBank. You may also ask help from anyone you know who can help find employer. This way you can avoid being scammed.   Check here for the list and contact information of prospective employers in (CANADA JOBBANK)  As qualified caregiver you can take care of elderly or be in childcare jobs as nanny.   Once you get job offer, the employer will apply for LMIA. The employer will pay for  LMIA  (CAD $ 1,000). The process usually takes two months to get approved.     If you reach this state congratulations. The next steps will be for your visa processing.    Step 4: VISA PROCESSING. You can do this on your own and save consultant fee, or you can hire a consultant who can do the hassle of filling up forms for your visa application..   Whether you do it yourself or you hire a consultant, application can be done online or through visa processing centers. In the Philippines you can do it through VFS in their office in Makati.     Here is the link for Canadian government Work Visa application online   {PUT THE BANNER GRAPHICS AND PARAGRAPH HERE}  Canada is one of the preferred country of destination of many Filipino overseas workers.  But the opportunity to work in Canada is not that easy, in fact they have occupation classification and there are certain qualifications that has to be met in order to apply for certain jobs.   One of the easiest pathway to get a job offer in Canada is to apply as caregiver.     Advertisements        Below is the  step by step process in order to get qualification and apply for a job as caregiver in Canada. The information here is based on actual application process of a successful caregiver applicant in childcare. This will also give you better understanding on how much would it cost you, and documents you needed to secure for your visa application.     We do not endorse any agency or consultant to process your application. If finding an employer we encourage you to do it through the official jobbank website of Canada to avoid scam.         Sponsored Links    Step 1: Acquire CAREGIVER NC II TESDA CERTIFICATE: Before applying for any job, qualification is important. You can study 6 months training for caregiver in any TESDA Accredited Training Center.   Check here for the list of TESDA training centers that offers caregiver program.  You may also contact TESDA for any updates or inquire on colleges or universities near your area. Trainings usually takes 6 months and after that you needed on-job training (OJT) in hospital.   Usual training and OJT will cost you around Php 21,000, but may vary depending on your location and the institution providing the training.       Step 2: GET LOCAL JOB EXPERIENCE- one of the requirements when applying as caregiver aside from the certifications and credential is experience. OJT can qualify as experience when it is paid, and it is more likely that you will get job offer if you have at least one year work experience.    You will need proof that you have experience by providing "certificate of employment" or payslips. This will be attached when you apply for visa.     Step 3: APPLY FOR JOB and LMIA  (Labour Market Impact Assessment)  - The best way is to apply through  the official government website of Canada for current jobs as caregiver or CANADA JobBank. You may also ask help from anyone you know who can help find employer. This way you can avoid being scammed.   Check here for the list and contact information of prospective employers in (CANADA JOBBANK)  As qualified caregiver you can take care of elderly or be in childcare jobs as nanny.   Once you get job offer, the employer will apply for LMIA. The employer will pay for  LMIA  (CAD $ 1,000). The process usually takes two months to get approved.     If you reach this state congratulations. The next steps will be for your visa processing.    Step 4: VISA PROCESSING. You can do this on your own and save consultant fee, or you can hire a consultant who can do the hassle of filling up forms for your visa application..   Whether you do it yourself or you hire a consultant, application can be done online or through visa processing centers. In the Philippines you can do it through VFS in their office in Makati.     Here is the link for Canadian government Work Visa application online         The result of your work visa application can usually be released within three to six weeks (4-8 weeks).   Here are the other documents you needed to submit when applying for TRV-Work Visa:   1. Family Information Form (IMM 5645) fully completed, dated and signed.   2. Original passports and a photo copy of the passport bio-data page.  3. Credentials:   College TOR   Caregiver TOR  Caregiver certificates  NCII certificates  OJT certificates  4. Birth certificate  5. Police clearance and NBI clearance issued within the last 3 months  6. 6 pcs visa pictures    Evidence of your work experience and employment history:    7. COE or certificate of employment-Letters from current and past employers specifying your position, duties and earnings  8. Payslip- evidence of contributions to social insurance regimes (eg. SSS), proof of payroll deposits;   The documents below shall be provided by your employer in Canada    9. Original copy of approved /Positive LMIA  10. Work Contract   11. Supplementary Form and Notice of Assessment  *Medical certificate for elderly care or disabled person indicating their need for caregiver.     Submit the application by paper or online and wait to be contacted by the embassy.   12.  Medical Certificate- you will need to do medical exam upon request from the embassy, around 3-6 weeks after your application for work visa is submitted.     Other forms from Canadian embassy are also to be attached to your application when sending it or must be uploaded online when processing your visa online.     Document Checklist [IMM 5488]  Visa office instructions – Work permit [IMM 5917]  Application for Work Permit made outside Canada Family Information [IMM 5645]  Statutory Declaration of Common-Law Union [IMM 5409]  Visa application photograph specifications Use of a Representative [IMM 5476] - if you hired consultant or agent       Here is the list of the estimated expenses based on personal experience of caregiver applicant.  Consultant or agency fee  for visa application-                             PHP 25,000   *fee may vary depending on consultant or agency and in case you decide to process the visa on your own.     Visa Application fee online                      $100 or    through VFS in Makati                        Php 7,000   Medical Exam Fee:                              Php 8,000 -                        Once your visa is approved you will to secure OEC from POEA.          ©2018 THOUGHTSKOTO  www.jbsolis.com   SEARCH JBSOLIS, TYPE KEYWORDS and TITLE OF ARTICLE at the box below      The result of your work visa application can usually be released within four to eight weeks (4-8 weeks).   Here are the  documents you needed to submit when applying for TRV-Work Visa:   1. Family Information Form (IMM 5645) fully completed, dated and signed.   2. Original passports and a photo copy of the passport bio-data page.  3. Credentials:   College TOR   Caregiver TOR  Caregiver certificates  NCII certificates  OJT certificates  4. Birth certificate  5. Police clearance and NBI clearance issued within the last 3 months  6. 6 pcs visa pictures    Evidence of your work experience and employment history:    7. COE or certificate of employment-Letters from current and past employers specifying your position, duties and earnings  8. Payslip- evidence of contributions to social insurance regimes (eg. SSS), proof of payroll deposits;   The documents below shall be provided by your employer in Canada    9. Original copy of approved /Positive LMIA  10. Work Contract   11. Supplementary Form and Notice of Assessment  *Medical certificate for elderly care or disabled person indicating their need for caregiver.     Submit the application by paper or online and wait to be contacted by the embassy.   12.  Medical Certificate- you will need to do medical exam upon request from the embassy, around 3-6 weeks after your application for work visa is submitted.     Other forms from Canadian embassy are also to be attached to your application when sending it or must be uploaded online when processing your visa online.     Document Checklist [IMM 5488]  Visa office instructions – Work permit [IMM 5917]  Application for Work Permit made outside Canada Family Information [IMM 5645]  Statutory Declaration of Common-Law Union [IMM 5409]  Visa application photograph specifications Use of a Representative [IMM 5476] - if you hired consultant or agent       Here is the list of the estimated expenses based on personal experience of caregiver applicant.  Consultant or agency fee  for visa application-                             PHP 25,000   *fee may vary depending on consultant or agency and in case you decide to process the visa on your own.     Visa Application fee online                      $100 or    through VFS in Makati                        Php 7,000   Medical Exam Fee:                              Php 8,000 -                        Once your visa is approved you will to secure OEC from POEA.          ©2018 THOUGHTSKOTO  www.jbsolis.com   SEARCH JBSOLIS, TYPE KEYWORDS and TITLE OF ARTICLE at the box below

Canada is one of the preferred country of destination of many Filipino overseas workers.  But the opportunity to work in Canada is not that easy, in fact they have occupation classification and there are certain qualifications that has to be met in order to apply for certain jobs. 
One of the easiest pathway to get a job offer in Canada is to apply as caregiver.

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Below is the  step by step process in order to get qualification and apply for a job as caregiver in Canada. The information here is based on actual application process of a successful caregiver applicant in childcare. This will also give you better understanding on how much would it cost you, and documents you needed to secure for your visa application. 

We do not endorse any agency or consultant to process your application. If finding an employer we encourage you to do it through the official jobbank website of Canada to avoid scam. 


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Step 1: Acquire CAREGIVER NC II TESDA CERTIFICATE: Before applying for any job, qualification is important. You can study 6 months training for caregiver in any TESDA Accredited Training Center. 
You may also contact TESDA for any updates or inquire on colleges or universities near your area. Trainings usually takes 6 months and after that you needed on-job training (OJT) in hospital. 
Usual training and OJT will cost you around Php 21,000, but may vary depending on your location and the institution providing the training. 


Step 2: GET LOCAL JOB EXPERIENCE- one of the requirements when applying as caregiver aside from the certifications and credential is experience. OJT can qualify as experience when it is paid, and it is more likely that you will get job offer if you have at least one year work experience.

You will need proof that you have experience by providing "certificate of employment" or payslips. This will be attached when you apply for visa. 

Step 3: APPLY FOR JOB and LMIA  (Labour Market Impact Assessment)
- The best way is to apply through  the official government website of Canada for current jobs as caregiver or CANADA JobBank. You may also ask help from anyone you know who can help find employer. This way you can avoid being scammed. 
As qualified caregiver you can take care of elderly or be in childcare jobs as nanny. 
Once you get job offer, the employer will apply for LMIA. The employer will pay for  LMIA  (CAD $ 1,000). The process usually takes two months to get approved. 

If you reach this state congratulations. The next steps will be for your visa processing.


Step 4: VISA PROCESSING. You can do this on your own and save consultant fee, or you can hire a consultant who can do the hassle of filling up forms for your visa application.. 
Whether you do it yourself or you hire a consultant, application can be done online or through visa processing centers. In the Philippines you can do it through VFS in their office in Makati. 

{PUT THE BANNER GRAPHICS AND PARAGRAPH HERE}  Canada is one of the preferred country of destination of many Filipino overseas workers.  But the opportunity to work in Canada is not that easy, in fact they have occupation classification and there are certain qualifications that has to be met in order to apply for certain jobs.   One of the easiest pathway to get a job offer in Canada is to apply as caregiver.     Advertisements        Below is the  step by step process in order to get qualification and apply for a job as caregiver in Canada. The information here is based on actual application process of a successful caregiver applicant in childcare. This will also give you better understanding on how much would it cost you, and documents you needed to secure for your visa application.     We do not endorse any agency or consultant to process your application. If finding an employer we encourage you to do it through the official jobbank website of Canada to avoid scam.         Sponsored Links    Step 1: Acquire CAREGIVER NC II TESDA CERTIFICATE: Before applying for any job, qualification is important. You can study 6 months training for caregiver in any TESDA Accredited Training Center.   Check here for the list of TESDA training centers that offers caregiver program.  You may also contact TESDA for any updates or inquire on colleges or universities near your area. Trainings usually takes 6 months and after that you needed on-job training (OJT) in hospital.   Usual training and OJT will cost you around Php 21,000, but may vary depending on your location and the institution providing the training.       Step 2: GET LOCAL JOB EXPERIENCE- one of the requirements when applying as caregiver aside from the certifications and credential is experience. OJT can qualify as experience when it is paid, and it is more likely that you will get job offer if you have at least one year work experience.    You will need proof that you have experience by providing "certificate of employment" or payslips. This will be attached when you apply for visa.     Step 3: APPLY FOR JOB and LMIA  (Labour Market Impact Assessment)  - The best way is to apply through  the official government website of Canada for current jobs as caregiver or CANADA JobBank. You may also ask help from anyone you know who can help find employer. This way you can avoid being scammed.   Check here for the list and contact information of prospective employers in (CANADA JOBBANK)  As qualified caregiver you can take care of elderly or be in childcare jobs as nanny.   Once you get job offer, the employer will apply for LMIA. The employer will pay for  LMIA  (CAD $ 1,000). The process usually takes two months to get approved.     If you reach this state congratulations. The next steps will be for your visa processing.    Step 4: VISA PROCESSING. You can do this on your own and save consultant fee, or you can hire a consultant who can do the hassle of filling up forms for your visa application..   Whether you do it yourself or you hire a consultant, application can be done online or through visa processing centers. In the Philippines you can do it through VFS in their office in Makati.     Here is the link for Canadian government Work Visa application online         The result of your work visa application can usually be released within three to six weeks (4-8 weeks).   Here are the other documents you needed to submit when applying for TRV-Work Visa:   1. Family Information Form (IMM 5645) fully completed, dated and signed.   2. Original passports and a photo copy of the passport bio-data page.  3. Credentials:   College TOR   Caregiver TOR  Caregiver certificates  NCII certificates  OJT certificates  4. Birth certificate  5. Police clearance and NBI clearance issued within the last 3 months  6. 6 pcs visa pictures    Evidence of your work experience and employment history:    7. COE or certificate of employment-Letters from current and past employers specifying your position, duties and earnings  8. Payslip- evidence of contributions to social insurance regimes (eg. SSS), proof of payroll deposits;   The documents below shall be provided by your employer in Canada    9. Original copy of approved /Positive LMIA  10. Work Contract   11. Supplementary Form and Notice of Assessment  *Medical certificate for elderly care or disabled person indicating their need for caregiver.     Submit the application by paper or online and wait to be contacted by the embassy.   12.  Medical Certificate- you will need to do medical exam upon request from the embassy, around 3-6 weeks after your application for work visa is submitted.     Other forms from Canadian embassy are also to be attached to your application when sending it or must be uploaded online when processing your visa online.     Document Checklist [IMM 5488]  Visa office instructions – Work permit [IMM 5917]  Application for Work Permit made outside Canada Family Information [IMM 5645]  Statutory Declaration of Common-Law Union [IMM 5409]  Visa application photograph specifications Use of a Representative [IMM 5476] - if you hired consultant or agent       Here is the list of the estimated expenses based on personal experience of caregiver applicant.  Consultant or agency fee  for visa application-                             PHP 25,000   *fee may vary depending on consultant or agency and in case you decide to process the visa on your own.     Visa Application fee online                      $100 or    through VFS in Makati                        Php 7,000   Medical Exam Fee:                              Php 8,000 -                        Once your visa is approved you will to secure OEC from POEA.          ©2018 THOUGHTSKOTO  www.jbsolis.com   SEARCH JBSOLIS, TYPE KEYWORDS and TITLE OF ARTICLE at the box below


The result of your work visa application can usually be released within four to eight weeks (4-8 weeks). 

1. Family Information Form (IMM 5645) fully completed, dated and signed. 
2. Original passports and a photo copy of the passport bio-data page.
3. Credentials: 
College TOR 
Caregiver TOR
Caregiver certificates
NCII certificates
OJT certificates
4. Birth certificate
5. Police clearance and NBI clearance issued within the last 3 months
6. 6 pcs visa pictures

Evidence of your work experience and employment history:  
7. COE or certificate of employment-Letters from current and past employers specifying your position, duties and earnings
8. Payslip- evidence of contributions to social insurance regimes (eg. SSS), proof of payroll deposits; 
The documents below shall be provided by your employer in Canada 
 9. Original copy of approved /Positive LMIA
10. Work Contract 
11. Supplementary Form and Notice of Assessment
*Medical certificate for elderly care or disabled person indicating their need for caregiver. 

Submit the application by paper or online and wait to be contacted by the embassy. 
12.  Medical Certificate- you will need to do medical exam upon request from the embassy, around 3-6 weeks after your application for work visa is submitted. 

Other forms from Canadian embassy are also to be attached to your application when sending it or must be uploaded online when processing your visa online. 




Here is the list of the estimated expenses based on personal experience of caregiver applicant.

Consultant or agency fee
for visa application-                             PHP 25,000   *fee may vary depending on consultant or agency and in case you decide to process the visa on your own.  

Visa Application fee online                      $100 or 
 through VFS in Makati                        Php 7,000 
Medical Exam Fee:                              Php 8,000 -

                    
  


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