Get Canadian Permanent Residence through nomination by Morden,
Manitoba, under the Manitoba Pronvincial Nominee Program (Manitoba
We are pleased to provide some information about a new Canadian
Immigration program that does not require a job offer!
Morden, Manitoba, has created a unique immigration program for
attracting individuals interested in immigrating to Canada. The
program is open to a variety of applicants, including many who
could do not currently qualify under any other Canadian immigration
programs. The City of Morden is offering formal support to
individuals seeking to immigrate to the province of Manitoba, who
do not have any friends or relatives in the province, or anywhere
else in Canada.
This innovative initiative is called Morden's Community
Driven Immigration Initiative and is an excellent program for
certain individuals. The program is designed to fill labor
shortages in the city, the city will nominate individuals with work
experience in particular fields. Occupations currently eligible for
the program include manufacturing, cabinet making, welding,
industrial sewing machine operators, and childcare and daycare
workers. These occupations may change to meet the needs of the
labour market in Morden, so interested applicants should check back
often to ensure their occupation remains on this list.
In order to qualify for Morden's Community Driven
Immigration Initiative an applicant must meet a variety of
requirements. Applicants must:
Be under 45 years old (and over 21 years old), not have any
family members, friends or previous work experience anywhere in
Have completed, within the last 5 years, a minimum of two years
of full-time work experience
Have at least a one-year post-secondary degree or diploma
Score a minimum of 5 in each area of English proficiency on the
Have a real intention to reside and live in Morden,
Have lived in a rural area and have the ability to integrate
into the local culture and adapt to the climate
If you believe that you meet the requirements of this program
now is the time to apply! Provincial Nomination Programs change
often and it is a best practice to apply if you believe you are
eligible so that the program does not close or change before you
have the chance to apply.
If you are preparing for the Express Entry program you may also
meet the requirements for this program and as a client of our firm
for the Express Entry program you would automatically be assessed
for this program by the professionals at FWCanada.
To find out if you qualify for this program or any other
Canadian immigration program, please fill out our
FREE online assessment form today.
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September 21st, 2016 - Immigration authorities conducted the 20th round of invitations under Express Entry in 2016 and 43rd overall, inviting 1288 applicants for permanent residence with a lowest CRS score of 483.
Canada received more than 320,000 immigrants in the last 12 months, approaching levels not seen since the early 20th century. The per capital immigration rate at .88%, is consistent with previous Liberal government policies.
October 12th, 2016 - Immigration authorities conducted the 21st round of invitations under Express Entry in 2016 and 44th overall, inviting 1518 applicants for permanent residence with a lowest CRS score of 484.
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