Caregiver with or without LMIA to PR, 2021-22


The Canada has a growing demand for child and home care providers across the country. From nannies to personal aides, Canada needs caregivers to fill various essential positions. One way Canada commits to combatting the shortages of caregivers is by making it easier for foreigners to work in Canada and permanently settle in the country through the Caregiver Immigration Programs. Learn about these available pathways for caregivers inside and outside Canada and the requirement of each programs. 


Title of Program: Caregiver with or without LMIA to PR

*** Webinar & Video ***

Seminar ID:    CLP – 1021   October 07, 2021     

(3 CPD Hours, Approved by ICCRC)

Format:      Attend Webinar or watch Video  

Language:     English

Provider:        Immigration Learning & Information Centre, IMLIN

 Event Date:    October 07, 2021

Event Time:    2:00pm – 5:15pm ET

Expiry Date:    January 05, 2022

Presenter:  Dalia Milmantas, RCIC
Dalia Milmantas, the principal of her company “Milmantas Immigration Services”, holds a bachelor’s degree in philology and education, has gained a wealth of experience and in-depth knowledge in Canadian immigration law while employed by two major Toronto law firms as an immigration legal assistant, and subsequently while running her own immigration practice. She met stringent educational standards and is a member in good standing of the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC) and a member of CAPIC (Canadian Association of Professional Immigration Consultants).
Ms. Milmantas has been assisting in Canadian immigration matters since 1999 and specializes in strategic planning for those applicants who cannot find a simple and direct path to immigration.  Dalia represents and advocates for clients applying for temporary and permanent resident visas, study and work permits, including those with previous refusals, and other complex immigration-related applications such as criminal rehabilitation, applications for Temporary Resident Permit. Dalia is proficient in Lithuanian, English, and Russian.



Opening Remarks (10 Minutes) 

–  About the programs: Closed & Current Programs for Caregivers
–  Ministerial Instruction

Eligibility Requirements for In-Home Caregiver under TFWP
(10 minutes)

    – Ministerial Instruction
LMIA for Caregivers: Hiring a Caregiver who is in Canada (15 Minutes)
             – Caregiver for Children – NOC 4411
             – Caregiver for Elderly – NOC 4412

Program Requirement (30 Minutes)

    – Recruitment & Advertising 
              – Prevailing Wage
    – Transportation
    –  Housing
    –  Health and workplace safety
    – Employer Financial Ability
    – LICO Cut Off Chart
     – LMIA Application
     – Employer Obligation




Caregiver Eligibility (25 Minutes)

 –  Education
 –  Training or Experience
 –  Language Proficiency

Permanent Residence for Caregiver (25 Minutes)

           – Caregiver Ability to Perform Duties
            –  Genuine Job Offer
           – Qualifying Work Experience in Canada

Submission Package (15 Minutes)

     – Forms
      – Submission Letter
     – Supporting Documents

Bridging Open Work Permit for Caregiver (10 Minutes)

–  Issuing BOWP  
–  Spouse and Dependents

Test Our Understanding (25 Minutes)

  • Important Questions


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