Find out if you have the language proof for citizenship: Step 5

Based on your answers, you still need to get language proof to submit with your application.

If you think you can speak and understand English or French well enough to apply for citizenship, you can get tested.

We accept results from these language tests:

Test Results

Canadian English Language Proficiency Index Program – General Test (CELPIP-G) or General (Listening and Speaking) Test (CELPIP-G LS)

4 or higher (up to 12) in listening and speaking

International English Language Testing System (IELTS) training test

4.0 or higher in speaking and 4.5 or higher in listening

Test d’Évaluation de Français (TEF)
Test d’Évaluation du Français adapté au Québec (TEFAQ)
Test d’Évaluation de Français (TEF) pour la naturalisation

B1 or higher (B2, C1 or C2) in listening and speaking

If you can’t get the results you need, you can get language training.

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