Depending on where you’re from, the requirements for becoming an Au Pair in Ireland may differ. In order to find out whether you qualify for an Au Pair stay in Iceland, all you have to do is read this article.
Did you know that Ireland is the third largest island in Europe? If you are interested in exploring this country, its culture and learn the language, you’ve landed on the right page.
The applicants are expected to be in good health, unmarried, without children of their own and with some experience in taking care of kids, as this is one of the main responsibilities of an Au Pair. If you are an EU citizen, you can have a look at the Au Pair requirements below. If you are a Non-EU citizen, read about the requirements for your participation.
To help you understand the whole process, AuPair.com broke it down into simple steps:
Search for a Host Family on AuPair.com
To get a better idea about searching for a Host Family, look through our Au Pair handbook. If you are already a registered user, you can work on your profile to make it attractive and connect to Host Families matching your search criteria!
Check the validity of your passport
Your passport needs to be valid during the visa application and for your whole stay in Ireland!
Sign the contract
The Au Pair contract is one of the mandatory documents for your visa application. After discussing all the details with your Host Family, ask them to sign the contract and send the original to you.
When you’re through the visa process, read more and choose the insurance that will cover you during the whole stay in Ireland. Discuss this with your Host Family to make a more informed decision!
Get ready for your journey
You will most likely take a plane to Ireland, so take a look at the border formalities at the airport. You will definitely need a visa and passport, though sometimes they might also ask for insurance. In any case, be prepared to get your documents checked.
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