For Canada Immigration, the IELTS is sufficient but not necessary to establish proficiency in the English language
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July 20, 2010
Dodi Robbins, a Harvard-educated corporate lawyer whose first language is English, says she is insulted at having to take Immigration Canada’s language test in order to prove she speaks English well enough to settle here. She has been working as a lawyer in Toronto on a work permit since 2006.
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Born and raised in New York, Dodi Robbins graduated from Harvard University and has been practising law for 13 years. Continue reading