10,000 dollars poorer, and no au-pair-girl.
How is a frustrated Søren Stick back, after his application for a new, 23-year-old au pair from the Philippines was rejected. The he writes in a posting on his Facebook profile.
The application process costs 10,000 crowns, but the application was rejected because the 23-year-old filipino is for the highly educated.
The 23-year-old filipino has, according to Søren Pinds information taught as a teacher for more than three years, he tells to B. T.
'I understand as this country's relations with the aliens - now we reject damn people, there should only be here two years, because they are too wise! A 23-year-old who wanted to try the adventure a couple of years. How petty can it be', writes the former cabinet minister and folketingspolitiker in its lookup.
In a comment to his property lookup to get the political parties are also a couple of words with on the way:
'It's damn well also because the political parties has made it more expensive to have an au-pair. This process has cost me nearly $ 10,000 - I share the frustration', writes Peg.
the Candidates ' lives
A stay as an au-pair must fit into the applicant's life.
When the Danish Agency for International Recruitment and the Integration must assess whether the applicants ' stay as an au pair fits into the life course, or whether there is possibly a purpose other than intended of the system, seen in different conditions.
One of the conditions is the applicant's education and any professional experience, including whether the stay of the au pair hangs naturally together with the past lives, career and development.
It is apparently this fact, the 23-year-old, Søren Pind wanted as his new au pair, not lived up to.
Source: New In Denmark.
For B. T. he elaborates his frustration:
- the Politicians have decided that if it is not a natural extension of his life, so, the person must not travel as an au pair. It is a result of a rush the parties in between to tighten the laws as much as possible. One comprehends not, after all, what the Philippines is for a country - she is a teacher, and there is a world of difference, says Søren Pind, who today is chairman of the board of Langkjaer Cyber Defence.
The au pair, who has got refusal, is the sister of Søren Pinds former au pair.
- They should for the money build a house together back in the Philippines. I have even been in countries and seen what a savings can make the difference for the people. They can send their children to school and invest in further education, he says.