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Au pairs usually live with the family they work for and are unlikely to be classed as a worker or an employee. To be considered for Au Pair placement – not worker or employee - the applicant must be an EU ciltizen or have entered the UK on a Youth Mobility visa or student visa. Au pairs aren’t entitled to the National Minimum Wage or paid holidays.
They’re treated as a member of the family they live with and get ‘pocket money’ instead - usually about £70 to £85 a week.
Tier 5 (Youth Mobility Scheme) visa applies to those
Youth Mobility scheme applicants must be sponsored if you’re from Hong Kong or the Republic of Korea.
Au Pair applicants may be sponsored or admitted if they are from any of the following countries:
Other instanceds when an An au pair is not classed as a worker or an employee
What an Au Pair is entitled to:
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Crispin R. Aranda is an established International Visa Conselor and Immigrant Advocate. He is the president of IVC and is in several migration radio programs.
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