Adult "child"on pnp?

Old Jan 20th 2009, 7:58 am
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HI,

I need to get some advice. My friends are hoping to apply to come and live in NS. He is a physio, so he can get it under the new list with his wife.

But they want to bring along her 32 year old daughter, who is independantly living ie not disabled or anything. She is a care assistant, so not on the list.

The only way I can see to do it is if they come on PR visa, she comes as visitor and/or gets a job offer and a TWP before she comes. Is this right?

My other question is; if they applied through PNP for NS, could they apply as a "trio"or would it have to be two independantly assessed applications?

Hope someone can help!
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Originally Posted by rach_woz99
HI,

I need to get some advice. My friends are hoping to apply to come and live in NS. He is a physio, so he can get it under the new list with his wife.

But they want to bring along her 32 year old daughter, who is independantly living ie not disabled or anything. She is a care assistant, so not on the list.

The only way I can see to do it is if they come on PR visa, she comes as visitor and/or gets a job offer and a TWP before she comes. Is this right?

My other question is; if they applied through PNP for NS, could they apply as a "trio"or would it have to be two independantly assessed applications?

Hope someone can help!
R

1. She does not meet the definition of dependent, so she can't be included in the application and would have to apply on her own.
2. As a care assistance, it is unlikely to be considered "skilled work" and she may have difficulty in find an employer who is able to get an LMO for the job.
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Just a thought but if they would consider another province there are other PNP's that allow the sponsorship of adult children - Alberta, Manitoba and I believe SK are among them (there may be others that I'm not aware of). They'd have to be PR's for a certain length of time before they could sponsor her though, and they'd have to settle in a different province from their first choice, but it might be worth mentioning to them in case she struggles to get a TWP.

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1. She does not meet the definition of dependent, so she can't be included in the application and would have to apply on her own.
2. As a care assistance, it is unlikely to be considered "skilled work" and she may have difficulty in find an employer who is able to get an LMO for the job.


Just had a look under occupations under pressure for NS on the list
6474, baby sitters live in nanie and parent helpers, just a thought to get her in under her own steam ?
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Has anyone tried the PNP route as a trio?

I was thinking NS CI - that is how we got in!

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Is the live in care giver scheme still in existance?
That could be a route for a care assistant?

I just found the link http://www.cic.gc.ca/ENGLISH/work/caregiver/index.asp

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Originally Posted by pennyhp
Is the live in care giver scheme still in existance?
That could be a route for a care assistant?

I just found the link http://www.cic.gc.ca/ENGLISH/work/caregiver/index.asp
Its on the list ? i assume that means yes
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Originally Posted by Coffeepot
Its on the list ? i assume that means yes
Funny

I was musing the question, then I had the bright idea of looking it up on the cic website.......

But thank you for bringing it up.
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Funny

I was musing the question, then I had the bright idea of looking it up on the cic website.......

But thank you for bringing it up.

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Its on the list ? i assume that means yes
No the Live in Caregiver is not on the "list" It is a separate program where the person has to work as a live in Caregiver for either children or the elderly for 2 years, and then they can apply for PR in Canada.

Note the family stream that was mentioned in another post for Sask/Alta/Manitoba, the sponsoring family must have PR and has lived in the province from 1 to 2 years.
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Thanks for this info, I will tell them about the live in caregiver programme. I presume there is not a list of jobs currently going anywhere?! Are they just adhoc on Career beacon / job bank?

They are coming to live in NS to be nearer us, so the idea of another province is a definite no-go, but a good idea all the same!

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No the Live in Caregiver is not on the "list" It is a separate program where the person has to work as a live in Caregiver for either children or the elderly for 2 years, and then they can apply for PR in Canada.

Note the family stream that was mentioned in another post for Sask/Alta/Manitoba, the sponsoring family must have PR and has lived in the province from 1 to 2 years.
I meant the occupations under pressure list 6474 for NS
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