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Australian au pair visa extension to up to 12 months

Further to the meeting that took place between the Cultural Au Pair Association of Australia (CAPAA) and Minister of Social Services Scott Morrisson in June, the Australian government has now decided that – effective immediately – Working Holiday Maker visa holders (subclasses 417 and 462) who have worked as an au pair for six months with one family Read more…

Further to the meeting that took place between the Cultural Au Pair Association of Australia (CAPAA) and Minister of Social Services Scott Morrisson in June, the Australian government has now decided that – effective immediatelyRead More..

23 July 2015

Cultural Au Pair Association of Australia (CAPAA) meets with Minister of Social Services to discuss extension of au pair visa

Last week representatives from the Cultural Au Pair Association of Australia (CAPAA) met with Minister of Social Services Scott Morrison to discuss the extension of the current working holiday visa from 6 toRead More..

Last week representatives from the Cultural Au Pair Association of Australia (CAPAA) met with Minister of Social Services Scott Morrison to discuss the extension of the current working holiday visa from 6 toRead More..

18 June 2015

7 News: Growing demand for au pairs in Australia

The au pair programme is becoming more and more popular with families in Australia. The government is looking into creating a dedicated Visa programme for au pairs that would allow stays longer thanRead More..

The au pair programme is becoming more and more popular with families in Australia. The government is looking into creating a dedicated Visa programme for au pairs that would allow stays longer thanRead More..

04 August 2014
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Childcare challenges growing

Manuela Gruber Hersch, Special to The Post Many families have turned to using the Live-in Caregiver Program to hire an overseas nanny to help manage the demands of work, family and children. ThisRead More..

15 April 2014
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Au pair childcare gains a local following

Sixteen years ago, Larry and Karen Rosolowski were expecting their first baby and living in area of upstate New York that lacked the cultural diversity they wanted their daughter to know and experience.Read More..

31 January 2014