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Visitor's Visa for Accompanying Nanny

Visitor's Visa for Accompanying Nanny

Old Aug 28th 2003, 10:22 pm
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Daphne
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Default Visitor's Visa for Accompanying Nanny

Hope someone can help me out. My sister will be coming to visit me
here in Canada (from the Philippines) next year. She will be bringing
along her 5 year old daughter. She's planning to bring her daughter's
nanny with her so someone can look after her daughter while we do some
grown-up stuff. Has anyone done this before or heard of someone who
went through the same process? How does she go about obtaining a
visitor's visa for her domestic help?
Thanks!
 
Old Aug 29th 2003, 12:21 am
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James Metcalfe
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Default Re: Visitor's Visa for Accompanying Nanny

The nanny is a member of her household and is eligible to apply for a visa
as such. This is a no work situation. Notice however that I said she was
eligible to apply which does not mean she will get a visa.

Jim Metcalfe



"Daphne" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Hope someone can help me out. My sister will be coming to visit me
    > here in Canada (from the Philippines) next year. She will be bringing
    > along her 5 year old daughter. She's planning to bring her daughter's
    > nanny with her so someone can look after her daughter while we do some
    > grown-up stuff. Has anyone done this before or heard of someone who
    > went through the same process? How does she go about obtaining a
    > visitor's visa for her domestic help?
    > Thanks!
 
Old Aug 29th 2003, 4:58 pm
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Daphne
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Default Re: Visitor's Visa for Accompanying Nanny

Thanks for your reply. What documents would the nanny have to present
(aside from her passport)? Do they get interviewed together?

"James Metcalfe" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
    > The nanny is a member of her household and is eligible to apply for a visa
    > as such. This is a no work situation. Notice however that I said she was
    > eligible to apply which does not mean she will get a visa.
    >
    > Jim Metcalfe
    >
    >
    >
    > "Daphne" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]...
    > > Hope someone can help me out. My sister will be coming to visit me
    > > here in Canada (from the Philippines) next year. She will be bringing
    > > along her 5 year old daughter. She's planning to bring her daughter's
    > > nanny with her so someone can look after her daughter while we do some
    > > grown-up stuff. Has anyone done this before or heard of someone who
    > > went through the same process? How does she go about obtaining a
    > > visitor's visa for her domestic help?
    > > Thanks!
 

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