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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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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

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