Canada has done an exceptional job of introducing immigration pilots and programs to cater to almost every group of people. Since they are targeting high levels of immigration, the country has kept its pilots active even during the pandemic.
The Home Support Worker Pilot was a popular one among candidates. You will be happy to know that Canada is still inviting applications for permanent residence under it if you had been interested in this pilot.
On the other hand, the Home Child Care Provider Pilot that was launched last year is now full after the submission of 2,750 applications. If you missed your chance, you might be able to submit your application once the window again opens on 1st January 2021.
Why should you apply?
The Home Support Worker Pilot has not attained its cap yet, according to the Canadian government. You can keep your eyes on the website if you want to know when they will stop accepting applications.
Both of these pilot programs span a period of five years and are important for healthy home lives. They allow family members and other qualified caregivers to enter the country and then become permanent residents in the long run. However, the immigration process is usually different for each candidate, depending on their specific circumstances.
International applicants with job offers to be caregivers can apply to Canada for immigration via any of these pilots. They should have qualifying work experience, which means that they should have worked full-time as a home support worker or a child-care provider in order to be eligible. The candidates should also fill out a work permit application when applying for a pilot.