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Do you Know the Language Requirements for the New Pathways to PR?

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As part of the eligibility criteria for the recently announced temporary pathway to permanent residence, applicants must have a recent language level proficiency test.


For international students who graduated from a Canadian institution, they must receive a language level proficiency of at least benchmark of 5 or higher in either English or French.

For essential workers, they must receive a language level proficiency of at least benchmark of 4 or higher in either English or French.

Applicants can use a previous language test from a designated organization, as long as the test result is less than 2 years old when the application is received.


Complete your immigration journey today!

We have created 2 assessment forms to help determine the eligibility of potential applicants.

  1. Assessment Form – PR as a Worker under New Pathway Program: https://forms.gle/6j6prkP3Ldk97VHh8

  1. Assessment Form – International Student under New Pathway Program: https://forms.gle/HZnpBFBLSkR7VGc29

Once you have filled out the form that best describes your situation, you will be contacted shortly by one of our immigration experts on your eligibility and how to begin your application.


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