In 2005, the Life in the UK test introduced for naturalisation and in 2007 for settlement. Those people who want to apply for settlement also known as indefinite leave to remain or for naturalisation of British citizenship and whose level of English is 3 or above, must need to pass LIUK test for permanent citizenship and there is certain Life in the UK test immigration rules. Basically, this test has designed in such a way so that one can evaluate two things. Firstly, the candidate should know how to live his life in UK and second is the knowledge and abilities of the English language.
The government of United Kingdom is assessing the applicants that they carry knowledge of English language required and sufficient knowledge of customs and rituals of UK through the Life in the UK test for citizenship. This test is compulsory for each and every person who wants to apply for permanent residence or naturalisation as a UK citizen. If you meet all the standard requirements necessary for naturalisation and Life in the UK test immigration rules, then only you are eligible to apply for the British citizenship.
The Home Office in UK has now changed the knowledge of language and life in the requirements of UK. If you are applying for UK citizenship or British settlement, then you have to pass both ESOL Entry Level 3 test and the Life in the UK test. With any accredited institution you can complete language training with the final B1 CEFR qualification being achieved.
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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