Your immigration consultant said something about a 9…or wait…was it a 7? Yes that, no wait 🤔, it was a 6! No. They definitely said I needed a 12. Something about my age. Yeah! That’s it. I think….🥴
If you’re feeling confused, that’s totally normal. ‘Cause getting started on your immigration plans means suddenly learning about tons of new laws, numbers, and letters.
We want to help break everything down for you! Keep it easy.
But first, here are some helpful terms that you’ll see throughout your research. ☝️
CLB (Canadian Language Benchmark): This is the final English proficiency level number you’ll input in your immigration profile that will count towards your profile’s points.
The CLB that you need will depend on many factors such as your field of work, work experience, educational experience, and your age.
IELTS (International English Language Testing System)
CELPIP (Canadian English Language Proficiency Index Program)
These are the only two English proficiency tests accepted by immigration Canada.
Now maybe you know the CLB that you need, but you don’t know what that means for your test. We’ve got you covered!