When a first time au pair matches with a Host Family, what happens next? Well, the au pair will have already completed the application requirements and will need to make an appointment for their Visa interview. From the time of a match to arrival to your home, it is usually about 6-8 weeks, depending on a number of factors.
Meet one of our first time au pairs from the great continent of Asia: Di Zhang is a first time au pair from China – she is 22 years old, majoring in English and Japanese, making her tri-lingual, speaking English (ranked 4 of 5), Mandarin, and Japanese! She also drives, swims, cooks, will place with pets, enjoys volleyball badminton and singing, and is both CPR and First Aid certified! Why not take a look at her application video today?
Could Di Zhang offer your family a cultural child care experience in 2013?
We also have a number of au pairs already in the U.S. looking to transition to a new Host Family. This means they are available much quicker than an au pair who is still waiting to get a Visa in his or her country.
All Au Pairs pass a 17-point screening process including background check & personality profile, speak English (rated 1-5), receive 32 hours child care training in child development & safety, provide live-in care for children & perform child care related tasks like meal prep for kids, children’s laundry, cleaning children’s playroom & bedrooms. Full time Au Pairs work up to 45 hours per week & the total cost to you is about $340, or only $288 for a 30 hour part time Au Pair. Each Au Pair is responsible to complete an educational component.
For more information about Go Au Pair and a cultural child care experience for your family, visit www.goaupair.com or contact LAR Joan Lowell in Providence, RI at email@example.com or 401.309.1925.
We have over 300 available Au Pairs from over 30 countries. We also have in-country Au Pairs who are looking to match with new Host Families. Consider a cultural child care experience for your family.