Drivers License, it’s required

Friday, 24 March 2017

All au pairs will arrive with an International Drivers License (except Chinese au pairs).  In Colorado, every person who is here for over 90 days must apply for a state drivers license.  Some car insurance companies require the license before they will cover a driver, some insurance companies don’t have […]

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Weekend Courses!!!

Friday, 24 March 2017

What to do about your educational component when you don’t need English courses (let’s be honest, there’s only 1-2 real options for other classes in/around Denver) or don’t have a lot of time to complete your credits?  Weekend courses are a great way to 1) get all your credits done […]

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Where can I take classes in Colorado

Monday, 13 March 2017

Au pairs are required to take 6 credits or 72-90 hours of classes at a post secondary accredited institution.  Host families pay $500 towards this program requirement.  Many schools in the area have worked with au pairs for many years.  Here is a comprehensive list of schools au pairs have […]

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What can au pairs do?

Thursday, 16 May 2013

This is GREAT information and advice! May 16, 2013 Stephanie Vandale What can au pairs do – can they help with chores? One of the really great things about having an au pair is that she can help with chores related to your children—duties you would otherwise have to tackle […]

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Taxes for au pairs

Monday, 1 April 2013

If your au pair worked over 19 weeks last year, he/she probably owes some tax!  Under helpful links I have included information from the IRS.  You will find a link to the IRS website page where they specifically address au pairs and filing taxes.  I have also linked the 2013 […]

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