Official Language Proficiency

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Maximum points awarded for Official Language(s) Proficiency are 28. The most important factor for predicting if a prospective immigrant is going to be successfully integrate and economically establish in Canada is their proficiency to communicate in either one or both official languages of Canada i.e. English and/or French. Applicants who qualify under the FSWP must provide proof that they have scored CLB level 7 in four language skill areas i.e. listening, speaking, reading and writing. IRCC presently accepts language test reports issued by International English Language Testing System (IELTS), the Canadian Language Proficiency Index Program (CELPIP) and the Test d’evaluation du Francais (TEF). Applicants must take the general test, not the academic version of the test administered by the above listed third parties. The points awarded for Language proficiency are as follows: