Canada immigration – English Language and immigration requirements – NCA language requirements

Coming to Canada and becoming a lawyer in Canada – The Language Requirements

Immigration to Canada – The Right To Live In Canada

Foreign lawyers wishing to come to Canada must meet Canada’s immigration requirements. These requirements include both language requirements (proficiency in English or French) and meeting the requirements of a specific category.

Visit the following page for Canada Immigration  information.

Becoming a lawyer in Canada – Bar admission in Canada

The above tweet references the following information about language requirements on the NCA site:

Language Competency: If the language of instruction of your law degree was in a language other than French or English, or was in English and French, but in a jurisdiction where the official language is different, you will be required to undergo language testing.  To prove competence in English, you will need to score a minimum of 7.0 for writing, speaking, reading and listening on the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) test.  For competence in French, you will need to score a minimum of 7.0 for, writing, speaking reading and listening on the TESTCan test.  If satisfactory evidence can be produced that you have taken either of the prescribed tests and met the standard described above within two years of receipt of your application by the NCA, the NCA’s Managing Director may grant an exemption from the language competency requirement.

If you need professional services to assist you with immigration to Canada and/or IELTS Preparation please contact me by using this form.

One thought on “Canada immigration – English Language and immigration requirements – NCA language requirements

  1. Manish Sharma

    Sir I am indian.done llb and llm.write now also doing phd in law.sir I want to settle in canada.so please let me know how my degrees will help me out in setting in canada and what will be done to practise there as lawyer in canada.
    thanks

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