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    insurance for part-time helper

    Can anyone recommend a company that has an insurance/employer's compensation plan for a legal part-time helper.

    The plans on offer from HSBC and Hang Seng are for full time domestic helpers only, and the part-time helper insurance is only applicable to "locals" ie. permanent residents.

    I've found a Filipino P/T helper who is on a domestic visa so she should be legal to work. I plan on only needing her once per week for 3 hours.

    Thanks.

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    if she is on a domestic visa, she is NOT legal to work. she can ONLY work for her sponsor.

    the ONLY way she can work is if she is on a DEPENDENT visa or if she is a PR.

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    sorry, typo....yes, should read "on a dependent visa" as her hubby is working over here.

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    try kwiksure. they may be able to help you.

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