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kelkel
kelkel
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Posted On: 7/11/2014
kelkel
kelkel
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Hi,

I was just wondering if I have to send documents to prove my English skill even though I'm from the country where English is an official language.
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PMM
PMM
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Posted On: 7/11/2014
PMM
PMM
Posts: 557
Hi


Hi,

I was just wondering if I have to send documents to prove my English skill even though I'm from the country where English is an official language.


Yes.

Proof of completion of secondary or post-secondary education in French or English includes:

A diploma or transcripts from a secondary or post-secondary school indicating the successful completion of a program, in Canada or abroad. or
A diploma or certificate from a secondary or post-secondary school indicating successful graduation, in Canada or abroad.

Note:You must have successfully finished a secondary or post-secondary program in English or French. A single course done in English or French does not meet the requirement. The diploma, certificate or transcript should be in English or French. The document must clearly show that the program was completed with English or French as the language of instruction. If the original document is not in English or French then you must also include a letter in English or French from the institution indicating that the language of instruction was in English or French along with a translation of the original document.


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