The huge demand for care in Austria is often met by care workers from EU8 countries who perform 24h-care for households with care needs. Labor market intermediaries are matching that care supply with the care demand in Austria by overcoming geographical, bureaucratic and societal obstacles. This paper analyzes the role of labor market intermediaries as a link between EU8 care workers and austrian households with care needs for migration processes. The „Network Theory“ as a migration theory as well as the „Migration Business“ model from Salt and Stein, which explicitly describes labor market intermediaries as actors in migration processes, both serve as theoretical frame. By guided expert interviews as well as online research, the activities and functions of examined labor market intermediaries in the care sector were surveyed and a comparing examination of the prevalent existing literature of labor market intermediaries was possible. The results of this paper reveal that the in existing literature discussed categories of labor market intermediaries are only deficiently applicable to the very special context that is considered here. For that reason, a new category of intermediaries for the care sector in particular, so called „consultants“, is contemplated in this paper. Consultants as mentioned above contribute to a reduction of risks and costs that come along for care workers with the employment in a foreign country as well as for households with employing care workers for 24h-care. By doing so, they are not only affecting individual migration processes of care workers but also accelerate the care supply from EU8 countries on the one hand and the demand for that supply on the other hand. That, to some extent, facilitates the market for 24h-care executed by EU8 care workers in the first place.