Home Child-Care Provider Pilot and Home Support Worker Pilot: Completeness check upon receipt

This section contains policy, procedures and guidance used by IRCC staff. It is posted on the department’s website as a courtesy to stakeholders.

Applications must be date-stamped upon receipt and checked for completeness in order by date of receipt.

Applications received under the Home Child-Care Provider and Home Support Worker pilots must be reviewed for completeness per the requirements specified in section 10 of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations (IRPR) and the application kit requirements in place at the time of receipt. These include all of the following:

If the applicant is applying with less than 24 months of qualifying work experience, they must provide

If the applicant is applying with at least 24 months of qualifying work experience, they must provide

Incomplete applications and applications that exceed the cap

Applications that are incomplete or received after the maximum of 2,750 complete applications for each class have been put into process will be returned to the applicant along with processing fees.

Applications returned for incompleteness do not count towards the intake cap. For incomplete applications, the case processing centre will record in a client note in the Global Case Management System that an application was received and returned to the applicant. The case processing centre will take no further action unless a complete application, as outlined above, is made.

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