Q: What do I need to have in place to hire a nanny who is not a U.S. citizen?
More information is needed to answer this question. Is the person already in the U.S? Do they have a valid work permit card? If you are planning on hiring someone from abroad you should sponsor their visa and create an employer-employee relationship. I suggest you talk to an attorney about this matter.
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A: You may be able to sponsor her for J-1 au pair position if she does not have a work permit.
Au Pairs must be:
Proficient in spoken English;
A secondary school graduate or equivalent; and
Capable of fully participating in the program as evidenced by the satisfactory completion of a physical.
Personally interviewed, in English, by an organizational representative who shall prepare a report of the interview which shall be provided to the host family; and
Successful in passing a background investigation that includes verification of school, three, non-family related personal and employment references, a criminal background check or its recognized equivalent and a personality profile. Such personality profile will be based upon a psychometric test designed to measure differences in characteristics among applicants against those characteristics considered most important to successfully participate in the au pair program.
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