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On April 18, 2013, the Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration of Canada published new requirements for knowledge of English or French, as well as a list of organizations that will conduct assessment of diplomas under the Federal Skilled Worker Program.
Under the new immigration rules for the FSWP program, the minimum level of English proficiency should be 7 points. And, applicants will have to score 7 points for each language test module (reading, speaking, audio, writing) on the Canadian Language Benchmark. The test results will be valid for two years from the date of the test.
The Ministry also defined testing systems that new applicants can use to pass language tests. It.
Canadian English Language Proficiency Index Program (CELPIP), International English Language Testing System (IELTS), Test d’evaluation de francais (TEF).
Levels of compliance 7 points on the Canadian Canadian Benchmark scale for different tests will be different. For example, according to the Canadian English Language Proficiency Index Program (CELPIP), the applicant must receive a 4L mark for all four skills to match the 7 points in the Canadian Language Benchmark.
Therefore, the 4H mark corresponds to CLB 8, and a mark of 5 points or higher corresponds to CLB 9 or higher.
According to the Test of the International English Language Testing System, the applicant must score at least 6 points to match the 7 points of the Canadian Language Benchmark.
For the French test, the applicant must receive at least 206 in reading, 248 in audition, and 309 in both oral and written language to correspond to the 7 points on the Canadian Language Benchmark.
In addition, the Ministry approved 4 organizations that will be engaged in evaluating the diplomas of new applicants for the “Qualified Specialist” program received by them in higher education institutions outside of Canada. Evaluation of the diploma must be received before the candidate is approved by the Canadian Embassy. Such an assessment of diplomas, according to the ministry, should help new immigrants find work in the new country faster.