Sri Lanka – Philippines – India
A1. Criteria for employment:
i. Families with a child under the age of 12 when both parents work and contribute to the Social Insurance Fund.
ii. Families with no children when both husband and wife, work and their annual declared taxable income is more than €52.000.
iii. Single parent families granted the custody of a child under the age of 12, provided that the parent works and contributes to the Social Insurance Fund.
iv. In cases where one of the two parents works, the annual declared taxable income should be at least €86.000.
v. Single working persons provided that their annual declared taxable income is more than €52.000 and that they are contributing to the Social Insurance Fund.
A2. Criteria for employment in exceptional cases:
i. Elderly people above the age of 75.
ii. People with special needs, provided that they present a certificate from a specialized doctor.
iii. People suffering from cancer (certificate from the Oncology Centre), multiple sclerosis (MS), mytonic dystrophy, nephropathy, myopathy, mental disorders and serious psychological problems, partial or total loss of vision, arthritis deformans, Alzheimer, dementia, as well as overweight persons with mobility problems (medical certificate mentioning the weight and the height of the person).
iv. Handicapped persons on wheelchairs or bed-bound persons.
v. Couples with more than three children provided that both parents work and contribute to the Social Insurance Fund and at least one of the children is under the age of 12.
The maximum period of stay for third country nationals who work as domestic workers is 4 years.
The gross salary for a Domestic Worker is €460 and the net salary is €309.