The Home Office has now changed the ‘Knowledge of life and language in the UK’ requirements. If you applying for British Settlement or UK citizenship then you will now need to pass both the Life in the UK test and ESOL Entry Level 3 test (or B1 CEFR equivalent)
For more information on what has changed please visit our UK immigration FAQ on our website.
The language training can be done with any accredited institution with the final B1 CEFR qualification being achieved.
Here are some examples of qualifications you can take at B1 CEFR level:
If you’d like more information on the new immigration guidelines you can visit our FAQ on the website. It covers the following questions:
One is the Life in the UK test certificate and the other is a B1 English test (GESE Grade 5) best taken from Trinity College London as it is the easiest. The exam is only 10 minutes and usually most people pass it unless the student’s English is absolutely zero.
What this means is that you will need to speak and understand English language to a reasonable level and then you can pass the test.
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Find out more about the Life In The UK Test course.