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IV.11. European Agreement on Au Pair Placement

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This chapter deals with the European Agreement on au pair placement. Each contracting party undertakes to promote in its territory to the greatest extent possible the implementation of the provisions of this agreement. "Au pair" placement is the temporary reception by families, in exchange for certain services, of young foreigners who come to improve their linguistic and possibly professional knowledge as well as their general culture by acquiring a better knowledge of the country where they are received. Placement "au pair" which shall initially be for a period not exceeding one year, may, however, be extended to permit of a maximum stay of two years. The person placed "au pair" shall have a medical certificate, established less than three months before placement, declaring that person's general state of health.

Keywords: au pair placement; European Agreement; medical certificate



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