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Approved Language Tests - In Time Immigration & Recruitment

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Canada has two official languages, which are French and English. Various Canadian immigration applications require applicants to submit a valid approved language test with their application for Canadian permanent residence.

 

Canada accepts the General Training International English Language Testing System (IELTS) and the Canadian English Language Proficiency Index Program (CELPIP) – General Test for English-speaking applicants.

 

For French speaking applicants, Canada accepts the Test d’évaluation de français (TEF) Canada and the Test de connaissance du français (TCF) Canada.

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For the next 60 days after your purchase, you will be able to access the training videos anytime. We understand how busy you are with work, family and other commitments, so this product is perfect for people who want to make the most of any free time they can get, whether it is 20 minutes a day or slightly more.

Comprehensive

With over thirty hours of video lessons and an additional thirty hours of homework, you can rest assured that all the topics are covered for you to get the results you need.

Increase Your Language Score In Three Weeks

This language training course is designed to teach people with upper-intermediate/advanced English or French to transmit this knowledge into an exam context.

Approved language tests are only valid for two years from the date the test was written. If your approved language test for Canada is older than two years old, you would need to write a newly approved language test.

 

Depending on which immigration program you are applying under, you will be required to achieve a specific score or level in each section of your approved language test. These tests include four areas. The areas test your listening, reading, writing and speaking skills in English or French. The scores that you achieve in each section of the test are then used to evaluate whether you meet the requirements of the Canadian immigration program you are applying under.

Applicants looking to enter the Canadian Express Entry system need to ensure that they obtain the correct scores on an approved language test based on the program they are applying. The Express Entry system is only for those applicants applying as a (1) Federal Skilled Worker, (2) Federal Skilled Tradesperson, or member of the (3) Canadian Experience Class.

Federal Skilled Worker Language Requirements

Those applying as Federal Skilled Workers are required to write an approved language test to show that they achieved a Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) or Niveaux de compétence linguistique canadiens (NCLC ) level 7 or higher in each section of their approved language test.

General Training IELTS

Applicants who have chosen to write the General Training IELTS need to achieve the following scores, or higher, in each section of the test to be eligible. If any of the area of the test is lower than what is listed below, you will not qualify as a Federal Skilled Worker:

CELPIP General

Applicants who have chosen to write the CELPIP General need to achieve the following scores, or higher, in each section of the test to be eligible. If anyone section of the test is lower than what is listed below, you will not qualify as a Federal Skilled Worker:

TEF Canada

Applicants who have chosen to write the TEF Canada need to achieve the following scores, or higher, in each section of the test to be eligible. If anyone section of the test is lower than what is listed below, you will not qualify as a Federal Skilled Worker:

TCF Canada

Applicants who have chosen to write the TCF Canada need to achieve the following scores, or higher, in each section of the test to be eligible. If anyone section of the test is lower than what is listed below, you will not qualify as a Federal Skilled Worker:

Federal Skilled Trades Language Requirements

Those applying under the Federal Skilled Trades Program are required to write an approved language test to show that they achieved a Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) or Niveaux de compétence linguistique canadiens (NCLC ) level 5 or higher in speaking and listening and achieved a Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) or Niveaux de compétence linguistique canadiens (NCLC ) 4 or higher for reading and writing on their approved language test.

Federal Skilled Trades Language Requirements

General Training IELTS

Applicants who have chosen to write the General Training IELTS need to achieve the following scores, or higher, in each section of the test to be eligible. If anyone section of the test is lower than what is listed below, you will not qualify under the Federal Skilled Trades Program:

CELPIP General

Applicants who have chosen to write the CELPIP General need to achieve the following scores, or higher, in each section of the test to be eligible. If anyone section of the test is lower than what is listed below, you will not qualify under the Federal Skilled Trades Program:

TEF Canada

Applicants who have chosen to write the TEF Canada need to achieve the following scores, or higher, in each section of the test to be eligible. If anyone section of the test is lower than what is listed below, you will not qualify under the Federal Skilled Trades Program:

TCF Canada

Applicants who have chosen to write the TCF Canada need to achieve the following scores, or higher, in each section of the test to be eligible. If anyone section of the test is lower than what is listed below, you will not qualify under the Federal Skilled Trades Program:

Canadian experience class language requirements

Those applying under the Canadian Experience Class are required to write an approved language test to show that they achieved a Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) or Niveaux de compétence linguistique canadiens (NCLC ) level 7 or higher in each section of their approved language test if their work experience is in a NOC 0 or A level job, or Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) or Niveaux de compétence linguistique canadiens (NCLC ) level 5 or higher in each section of their approved language test if their work experience is in a NOC B level job.

General Training IELTS

Applicants who have chosen to write the General Training IELTS need to achieve the following scores, or higher, in each section of the test to be eligible. If any one section of the test is lower than what is listed below, you will not qualify under the Canadian Experience Class:

General Training IELTS (NOC 0 or A jobs)

General Training IELTS (NOC B jobs)

CELPIP General

Applicants who have chosen to write the CELPIP General need to achieve the following scores, or higher, in each section of the test to be eligible. If any one area of the test is lower than what is listed below, you will not qualify under the Canadian Experience Class:

 

CELPIP General - NOC 0 or A jobs

CELPIP General - NOC B jobs

TEF Canada

Applicants who have chosen to write the TEF Canada need to achieve the following scores, or higher, in each section of the test to be eligible. If any one section of the test is lower than what is listed below, you will not qualify under the Canadian Experience Class:

 

TEF Canada - NOC 0 and A jobs

TEF Canada - NOC B jobs

TCF Canada

Applicants who have chosen to write the TCF Canada need to achieve the following scores, or higher, in each section of the test to be eligible. If any one area of the test is lower than what is listed below, you will not qualify under the Canadian Experience Class:

 

TCF Canada - NOC 0 and A jobs

TCF Canada - NOC B jobs

WHAT'S NEXT?

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

  • What kind of service do you provide?
    The Labour Market Impact Assessment Work Permit Extension on the Work Permit Permanent Residence Status in Canada Relocation Assistance (S.I.N., Banking, temporary accommodation, Health Care and ESL, etc.)
  • What positions do you recruit for?
    We provide placement services primarily in the Construction, Trucking, Welding, Manufacturing, and Service Industries. Our primary focus is to assist your organization by matching you with the right employees based on your specific needs. We do this while building partnerships based on mutual respect, trust, and professionalism.
  • What countries do you recruit from?
    We recruit from any country worldwide but specialize in select countries due to the availability of high and low skilled workers and the success rate of the immigration process per country. We specialize in recruiting from the Philippines, Dubai, Saudi Arabia, Taiwan, Macao and Singapore.
  • What is the difference between low-skill and high-skill workers?
    The National Occupational Classification or NOC defines the difference between low and high skilled workers for short. The National Occupational Classification (NOC) is the nationally accepted reference on occupations in Canada. Each occupation has a designated NOC code based on the skill requirements required to perform the job. High-skilled workers are designated under skill levels 0, A, or B of the National Occupational Classification Matrix. Low-skilled positions are designated as skill levels C and D of the matrix. For further information, please refer to the matrix here.
  • Can a foreign worker work for someone else?
    Foreign workers who immigrate to Canada on a temporary work visa cannot work for any other employer unless authorized to do so. To obtain authorization to work for another employer is a painstaking process. In most cases, an employee will not try to switch employers as long as they are treated fairly and the employment contract terms are met.
  • What are my obligations as an employer?
    As an employer, you are obligated to treat foreign workers the same as treating Canadian workers. A contract between the foreign worker and the potential employer is signed before the foreign worker is granted their work permit. This contract outlines the obligations made between the employer and the employee. If the foreign worker does not meet the criteria set forth by the employer for their employees, the employer is under no obligation to keep them and can terminate their contract.
  • How long does the process take?
    The length of the process depends on the position the company is recruiting for and the country they wish to recruit from. The shortest time frame to have a foreign worker in Canada is approximately one month. The waiting times to acquire a foreign worker from beginning to end range from approximately 3-7 months.
  • How much do I have to pay for wages?
    Service Canada requirements dictate that you must pay the "Median Wage." As the Median Wage changes regularly and varies by occupation and is further determined by geographical location, we ask that you please get in touch with us for the current salary in your area for a specific occupation.
  • Do I have to deduct CPP, EI and employment tax from the foreign worker?"
    Employers are responsible for deducting the same taxes as they would from their Canadian employees.
  • Do I have to provide accommodation to the foreign worker?
    We can assist your company in finding accommodation for your foreign employees for a small fee, or you can choose to help the workers secure their accommodations. The employer must ensure that the employee's accommodations are no greater than 33% of the employee's gross wage for low-skilled workers. Temporary foreign workers usually choose to share accommodations to lower the cost of living.
  • How much do your services cost?
    Our company has several packages available to suit your needs.
  • Do I need to sign a contract?
    You will be required to sign a contract for either a one or two-year period. However, if for some reason you no longer need the worker, you may terminate the contract provided that it is done in accordance with the provincial labour laws in your province.
  • How long can I employ a Foreign Worker?
    There are currently no restrictions on the length of employment. As long as both the employer and the employee meet the Temporary Foreign Worker Program requirements, they may renew indefinitely.
  • Aside from wages, are there other costs associated with getting a Foreign Worker?"
    If you are hiring a lower-skill worker, you will be responsible for purchasing a return flight for the worker as an employer. If you are hiring a skilled worker, you are not required to pay the flight costs.
  • Can I hire a part-time Temporary Foreign worker?
    All positions must be full-time. However, the number of hours that qualify as full-time varies significantly from province to province. It can be as little as 30 hours per week, depending on which province the Foreign Worker is employed in. There are some exceptions, such as a Temporary Foreign Worker holding an open work permit or a study permit.
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