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How do I proof English proficiency for Canadian Citizenship application?
I will be eligible to apply for Canadian citizenship in December 2012. I have heard that I must now demonstrate adequate knowledge of English profiency, but I do not know how to prove this. What proof must I provide?
Citizenship and Immigration have published a detailed list of acceptable documents which you may provide to demonstrate sufficient knowledge of English or French. These materials include:
IELTS – General – either current or previously submitted with your immigration application
CELPIP – either General or General LS
TEF or TEFAQ for French
A transcript, diploma or certificate from a secondary school
A transcript, diploma, certificate or degree from a post-secondary school
Proof of achieving CLB/NCLC 4 in speaking and listening through a Language Instruction for Newcomers (LINC) or Cours de langue pour les immigrants au Canada (CLIC)course
Further details regarding the scores required can be found on the CIC website at http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/citizenship/language.asp
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