Under the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program, the Morden Community Driven Immigration Initiative (MCDII) actively seeks new permanent residents for the community (MPNP). Candidates who are successful and their dependent family members will be granted permanent residency in Canada. Morden, Manitoba, has roughly 9,000 people and is located 112 kilometres southwest of Winnipeg.
Migrants are individuals who relocate from one location to another, usually for a job. However, before migrants may enter the nation to work, they must be classified as high-skilled or low-skilled. The categorisation of Canadian policies toward different types of workers is highly unique.
Why choose Morden?
Morden is a place where the greatness of the past links up with the excitement of the future!
Morden believes in offering a dynamic community with an exceptional quality of life. Morden provides all requirements and lifestyles with world-class events like the Corn & Apple Festival, extensive medical services at Agassiz Medical Centre and Boundary Trails Hospital, and sophisticated conference and leisure facilities at the Access Event Centre.
Morden is a cultural melting pot where people from all walks of life and newcomers are welcomed as life-long friends, where you can come with your family and find work, or where you can spend your retirement years in reasonably priced detached housing, assisted living (Homestead South), or full-time care (Tabor Home).
A few quick facts:
- In Morden, immigrants represent over 15% of the population.
- Mexico is the most common nation of origin among Morden immigrants, followed by Kazakhstan and Germany.
- Between 1980 and 2016, more than three-quarters (76%) of all immigrants to Morden were economic immigrants, while family sponsored a few under a fifth (19%), and 3% were refugees.
|Welders, Industrial painters, Woodworking machine operators||For all other occupations must|
|· You must be between the ages of 21 and 45||· You must be between the ages of 21 and 45|
|· Have no other connection to other parts of Canada||· Have no other links to Canada (for example, acquaintances, relatives, past job or schooling)|
|· Have finished at least a one-year post-secondary education or training||· Have finished a one-year post-secondary education or training program for which they got a diploma, certificate, or degree|
|· Have a General IELTS test score of at least five in each band||· Have settlement funds as required by Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program|
|· Have a genuine desire and capacity to establish themselves and live in Morden economically||· Have a genuine desire and capacity to establish oneself economically and settle in Morden|
|· Have settlement funds as required by Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program||· Have a federal express entry profile with a CLB language score of 7 and post-secondary education supported by an Educational Credential Assessment (ECA)|
|· Have two (2) years of recent welding and commercial or residential carpentry experience||· Have two (2) years of recent work experience over the past five years in their target occupation|
Note: The MPNP expects the candidate to guarantee that he or she satisfies the essential criteria during the exploratory visit.
- Check Eligibility
- Appy to MCDII
- Get Selected
- Travel for an exploratory visit to Morden, Manitoba
- Come back and apply for MPNP
- Get Nomination
- Apply for Permanent Residence Visa
- Upon Visa stamping, travel with family
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