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For applicants of Entry Clearance (settlement), Point-based system, Indefinite leave to Remain and British citizenship, preparing and sitting for the appropriate English tests at CEFR Level A1 or B1 require advance planning as the process may be time-consuming and costly.

 

Unfortunately, some clients have come across test centres that are still recommending English tests no longer accepted in Home Office visa applications. Only certain ESOL, Cambridge English, IESOL, PTE, GESE and ISE tests taken before 6 April 2015 will be accepted in Home Office applications submitted before 5 November 2015. 

 

For those taking the English tests from 6 April 2015, please ensure that you only sit for these approved IELTS, GESE and ISE tests at the listed test centres.

 

– How may we help?

QC Immigration has extensive experience of completing urgent and complicated applications on behalf of our clients.  Being looked after by us means you gain peace of mind that your case will be managed in a professional and cost-effective manner. We also collaborate with approved English test providers, qualified accountants and certified translators to ensure the success of your application.

By | 2017-06-26T07:47:42+00:00 March 12th, 2017|Categories: Immigration UK Lawyer Blog|Comments Off on Beware of unacceptable English tests

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