December 9, 2015

Morden Immigration - Morden’s Community Driven Immigration Initiative

Morden’s Community Driven Immigration Initiative (MCDII) is part of Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program.  

Morden Immigration - Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program

Morden is a smaller Canadian city of about 9,000 residents. Located in the heart of the continent, Morden is a  growing prairie city with plenty of opportunities to get involved in the community.

Morden prides itself on providing a vibrant community with an extraordinary quality of life that will inspire your senses. Boasting world-class events such as the Corn & Apple Festival, full medical services at Agassiz Medical Centre and Boundary Trails Hospital, and modern conference & recreational facilities at the Access Event Centre, Morden caters to all needs and lifestyles.

Morden’s Community Driven Immigration Initiative offers formal support to applicants who have no other connections or means up support in Canada. In order to qualify you MUST:
  • Be between the ages of 21 and 45 
  • Have no other connection to other parts of Canada (e.i. through friends, relatives or previous employment or education) 
  • Have completed a post-secondary education or training program of at least one year duration, for which you received a diploma, certificate, or degree 
  • At least two years of full-time work experience in the past five years 
  • A General IELTS test with a minimum score of 5 in EACH band 
  • Have the genuine intention and ability to economically establish and settle in Morden 
  • Have settlement funds as required by MPNP ($10,000 for the Principal Applicant and $2,000 for each dependent).  This is in addition to any funds needed for exploratory visits expenses. 
  • Fall within one of our targeted occupations: (manufacturing entry level worker, cabinetmakers, factory sewing machine operators and heavy vehicle mechanic)
The targeted occupations is subject to changes. If you interested to apply under the Morden’s Community Driven Immigration Initiative, you must visit for updated information.  

The above-mentioned occupations are being prioritized but the program is open to all occupations.  

The process is simple:

1. You send an application via email
2. If accepted, you will be invited for Exploratory Visit. You will be interviewed in Winnipeg by MPNP Officer
3. If you passed the interview, you will be given a nomination certificate
4. You apply for PR Visa

If you are interested to apply under this program, we can help.  Send your resume to

If you do not qualify for Express Entry or don't have relative or employer to endorse your application, this is for you!


Information posted here at is not a legal advise.  Information about Canadian Visa Application is available for free at If you want to hire a representative for your Canada Visa Application, please be informed that only Registered Immigration Consultants and Lawyers who are member and with good standing with Canadian Law Society, can represent you for a fee.