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In which conditions or scenarios an Au pair is not considered as worker or an employee in United Kin

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In which conditions or scenarios an Au pair is not considered as worker or an employee in United Kingdom?

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    An au pair isn’t classed as a worker or an employee if most of the following apply: . they’re a foreign national living with a family in the UK . they’re an EU citizen or have entered the UK on a Youth Mobility Visa or student visa . they’re here on a cultural exchange programme . they’ve got a signed letter of invitation from the host family that includes details of their stay, eg accommodation, living conditions, approximate working hours, free time, pocket money . they learn about British culture from the host family and share their own culture with them . they have their own private room in the house, provided free of charge . they eat their main meals with the host family, free of charge . they help with light housework and childcare for around 30 hours a week, including a couple of evenings babysitting . they get reasonable pocket money . they can attend English language classes at a local college in their spare time . they’re allowed time to study and can practise their English with the host family . they sometimes go on holiday with the host family and help look after the children . they can travel home to see their family during the year

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