For this, many advocates are urging for providing dead applicants’ dependants an opportunity to gain Canada permanent residency.
Canada Permanent Resident status urged for dead applicants’ dependants—Ottawa is being asked to allow Canada permanent residency to dependants of applicants who have died. Many nannies who are desperate to become Canada permanent residents but die in the process get their application for bringing their dependants to Canada terminated. This ruling is proving an obstacle for many such dependants.
Canada live-in caregiver program is disallowing dependants of foreign deceased nannies to realize their dream of allowing their dependants to come to Canada.
Current Canada live-in caregiver rules—Current rules for Canada live-in caregiver program allows foreign caregivers or foreign nannies to live and work in Canada. And such caregivers can also gain Canada permanent residency if they live and work for two years period.
However, if, during the process of Canada permanent residency application, the applicant nanny dies, his or her application gets terminated by Canada immigration department—CIC (Citizenship and Immigration Canada).
And this will simply deny their dependants to come to Canada and begin a new life. Speaking about these rules, Canada immigration lawyer based in Toronto, Guidy Mamann, said we all owe such a provision to the kids of such deceased nannies.
They live for two years by caring for children of others. All they want is a better life for their families, especially their dependents, Mamann added.
Canada live-in caregiver program requires foreign nannies or foreign live-in caregivers to commit and sacrifice before getting something in return, Mamann maintained who is currently working to help Kenneth, dependant son of deceased live-in caregiver Edna Aldovino to get the processing of his mother’s Canada permanent residency application processed.
For this, Mamann has urged Ottawa not to stop such applications from getting processed since it makes a big affect on the lives of the dependants of deceased nannies.
It may be worth notable in this regard that a resolution for ensuring processing of Canada permanent residency applications of such deceased applicants was passed by the Canadian Council for Refugees recently.
Every year, a large number of foreign live-in caregivers come to live and work in Canada as nannies. So, Canada needs to reconsider its rules for ensuring justice towards dependant children of deceased nannies.