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Youth Cultural Exchange Program Au Pair in Germany

In Germany the Au Pair program is regulated by the Federal Employment Agency (Bundesagentur für Arbeit). Young people from all over the world get the chance to live with a German family for a certain time. They are not meant to be a paid housekeeper, but they are supposed to be an equal member of the family for the time being - like an elder sister or brother to the other children.
While the period of the program in not finished, an Au Pair has the right to change the host family. But young people may work as an Au Pair in Germany for 12 months at most. If an Au Pair has already worked at this program in Germany before, she/he not may be an Au Pair again.
Families with four children or more may employ two Au Pairs at the same time.

 

Requirements for becoming an Au Pair

Au Pair duties and responsibilities

The main duty of an Au Pair is to look after children. Furthermore, an Au Pair helps with light housework. The host family should clarify with the Au Pair, what these duties will exactly involve. It is recommended to make a note of these duties in the Au Pair contract.

Requirements for Host Families

Au Pair support from the Host Hamily

Other conditions and terms

Rules of entrance and stay in Germany

Taxes

In Germany the Au Pair doesn't pay taxes of pocket money

Au Pair support

The state phone for an emergency call: 0800 111 0111; 0800 111 0222

Official information : http://www.arbeitsagentur.de/nn_566334/Dienststellen/besondere-Dst/ZAV/arbeiten-in-deutschland/DE/amz/arbeitnehmer/amz-aupair.html

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