Why Choose A-Class Nannies and Caregivers?
A-Class Nannies and Caregivers Inc. is not
new in the industry, we have been placing and matching qualified
caregivers and nannies to families since 1997. We know the specifics
in nanny placement, what families need and expect. We strive to provide ethical business and
adhere to provincial and federal regulations.
How long is the processing time?
The processing time for Live-In
Caregiver Application (HRSDC & CIC) varies. In the summer
time processing time could reach 5 to 6 months. But in
general it is
approximately 3 to 4 months. The estimates we provided our
clients are all estimates and we do not have control over
the processing time delays in HRSDC and CIC.
How do we select our caregivers?
All our candidates are pre-screened. We
instruct them to submit an online application. We conduct a
background employment reference check. Once the employment reference
check is verified. We invite the candidates for a personal interview
and instruct them to provide police clearance and other supporting
documents. A personal interview is done to assess the candidates
language, personal appearance, demeanor, expression.
What are the changes in employing
If you are thinking of overseas applicants,
you must be prepared to provide the following documents:
Attestation of Identity Forms
Notice of Assessment
Floor plan of your residence
Medical Certificate for
Birth Certificate for
Rental Agreement, if you are
Affidavit of how you met
your caregiver and why you need a caregiver
Employer name and address on
a utility bill
What are the responsibilities and duties
Basically, to follow the contract and be
fair to your nanny and caregiver at all times. You may want to view
What are the new requirements by Service
Service Canada has new requirement that
employers must advertise for 14 days with Job Bank. Before you can
advertise with Job Bank, you must obtain a Canada Revenue Agency
Business Payroll Account Number. Submit a Recruitment Report and
Attestation of Identity. Here is the link to view Human Resources
and Skills Development Canada website
Are there new
changes under the Live-In Caregiver Program?
Citizenship and Immigration
Canada Minister Jason Kenney recently announced on April 01, 2010 proposed changes that would require
employers to pay for the cost of airfare for the Live-In
Caregiver they will employ. Here is the link to view
Citizenship and Immigration Canada website