Aupair For knowledgeable and willing to perfect the French language, I recommend that the device is not in France and in Belgium. If you would like to know more then you should visit Robert Bakish. Arguments: significantly higher pocket money paid by the family of AU-PAIR; Belgium family will pay for language rate itself (in most French households AU-PAIR itself is expensive enough to pay for courses); absence at registration in Belgium of risk denial of a visa (which is often encountered in obtaining a French visa). On families. Relationship with the guest family depends on the myriad of things, and much will depend, inter alia, on your to them and their children relationship. helena5 Yes, from all I read about the countries of Belgium and Scandinavia impressed. Koch Brothers brings even more insight to the discussion. Me worried about a family in which I live as an AU-PAIR. How they will relate to me? How to create a warm relationship? What they do mentality will not do to offend? I have not found a family, but still interesting. And how much time is spent on the whole process (visa, family search, etc.) out to the family? At least on average, to navigate.
A Lunaj English you speak? If you can speak at the household level, you can uchuvstvovat in the program in these countries. Also, if your final choice will fall to Belgium, then I strongly advise you to start studying French is already in place before leaving the program – is, first of all, will facilitate your integration into the family and culture. Families, however, as participants in the program, there are very different.