Language requirment 'Transcripts'

Old Sep 28th 2018, 2:03 pm
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Hi all, Can I have some examples and/or clairity on what it means regarding English Language requirment proof of 'TRANSCRIPT' ? Does it mean to show the actual physical handwriting 'transcript' of study work from the education system of programme studied..... Could that be Maths, science as well as English....for example?
Im interpreting this requirement as showing/prooving the programmes at school were carried out and instructed/taught in English!....
I have looked around on here, but cannot find anything near this to get clarification. Thankyou.


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Originally Posted by melady25 View Post
Hi all, Can I have some examples and/or clairity on what it means regarding English Language requirment proof of 'TRANSCRIPT' ? Does it mean to show the actual physical handwriting 'transcript' of study work from the education system of programme studied..... Could that be Maths, science as well as English....for example?
Im interpreting this requirement as showing/prooving the programmes at school were carried out and instructed/taught in English!....
I have looked around on here, but cannot find anything near this to get clarification. Thankyou.
Transcripts are something you have to get from your university/college, they basically show each module studied, the language of it and your grades. Is this for an EE application, or citizenship, or something else?

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Thankyou for your reply Christmasoompa... British, studied in english as per the UK National Curricular... however, the only thing that concerns us, he is Dyslexic and ADD which was diagnosed when he was 11Yrs old... (hes now 34) thats why as his rep, am doing this App for him...His last secondary school was a specialist Dyslexic school. I wondering wether to apply for Waiver on disability.. Obviously, his reading, writing is not as you would expect for his age.... This condition is such a 'Hidden disabilty' and affects cognative, processing information etc...
What is his highest level of education that he has proof of i.e. GCSE's, A Levels, degree? Sounds like he would be eligible for a waiver from what you've said, as long as you have proof of his dyslexia etc.

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He's married to a canadian citizen, has A PR card, eligibility is fine for all other requirements.... however, hes come back to the UK indefinatley due to spending last days/months/years with 2 grandmothers lives.... ages 92.
Was inj Canada from 2007, got his first PR card in 2009, renewed again 2014.
When did he return to the UK and is his wife with him?
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Hi again, His wife obviously had to stay back in canada for her work.
So, have gathered information from old specialist school, and subject grades etc, and copied page from their website of the school for special education needs., and have reports... The thing is he can speak, read, and listen,...he's left handed and writing is illegible. Also, in tests/exams at school he was allocated extra time to finish and have an assistant that would relay the questions in a different way, for him to be able to takej in the information and process it.... However, the up-side to this condition, like so many famous people who are dyslexic, he is so talented in other areas,....music is his passion, excelled in an acadamy of music, pre/post production etc... however a different way of learning! and now currently a chef in an exclusive hotel in the south east of UK.and yes he need certs for this, but had the help from the bosses and given plenty of chances to get through..... Its just when it comes to the interpreting questions and processing information, his brain is wired differently and he needs that extra time.
So does he chance the language bit, and send in all the 'low' marks but it was taught in english language to him...I dont know quite what the proces is for requesting a waiver...
Thanks for reading.

It's really important to know when he left Canada and how long he has been away for - you mention 'years' . If his wife (the Canadian Citizen) has not been with him he could possibly not meet the requirements to retain PR status, let alone apply for Citizenship.

I would suggest that you use the residency calculator to ascertain. Bear in mind that he has to reside in Canada for 2 years (accumulative) out of every 5 - on a rolling basis - from the date that he 'landed' and validated the COPR and became a Permanent Resident - NOT from the date that it says on a PR card, unless accompanied by a Canadian Citizen or working for a Canadian Company abroad, to retain his Permanent Resident status.

He can't apply for Citizenship without proving he meets the residency requirements. He will also have to sit the Citizenship test IN Canada..

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Originally Posted by melady25 View Post
Thankyou Siouxie for clarifying the requirements... We are aware of all other requirements, and they are all currently met, including the residency, as my son goes back to his wife as and when he can., and all being well he can go back and have a life in canada when his grandmothers are no longer on this earth.
I feel we are going 'off' topic slightly here, since my request for advice was regarding his language ability.
Just to be sure, is the 'test' that people refer to the 'Knowledge' of Rights & Responsibilities that they take?
For Reference: my son had GCSE in Design & Tech, Science. In English were Certified Achievements only... that was from his secondary specialist school. On from that he attended a college for GNVQ's for Design & Tech, however, he attended An Academy school of Music and gained diplomas in varies forms/mudules for this..... it is a prestigious academy, but teaches everything music related... my sons brain is wired up to produce music.... he's as 'English' as you get.. in terms of speaking, listening, and reading....but useless at getting sentences in contexts, misenterpreting questions processing information etc.,.
So, I guess we shall just plod on with this fact finding mission. Thankyou again for you input.

I wanted to double check that he met the requirements for residency to retain his Permanent Residence status. Many people don't understand / realise that it's the date of 'landing' and the 5 yearly roll over and not the date that is on their latest PR card that is the pertinent date.

As to the test - it's the Citizenship test which everyone between the ages of 18 and 54 are required to take and which he will need to take in Canada, and pass in order to become a Citizen.
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Have you checked the list of documents as to what can be used to prove English / French proficiency? This may be helpful to you in determining whether the documentation is available or whether you will need to consider other ways of doing so.
https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration....html#language

Are you able to obtain letters from his various schools / colleges that the courses he has certificates for were taught in English, perhaps?

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I've untangled best I can however to ensure posts and responses keep straight from now on I have needed to close a thread so the links don't confuse themselves again.


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