On 8 April 2013 the Minister for Immigration announced that, from 28 October, applicants must prove they possess an appropriate level of conversational English (B1 intermediate) as well as passing the LITUK test in order to satisfy the Knowledge of Language and Life requirement.
To take the Life in the UK test, you have to register online at the Gov.uk website.
SQA has published guidance on the ESOL qualifications that can be taken to meet the English language requirement for citizenship. You can access a copy of the guidance here. For more information about the SQA ESOL qualifications visit the SQA website here.
The language test for partners looking to enter or extend their stay in the UK is offered by Edinburgh College, Edinburgh. More information can be found on their website.
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Elaine Smith, telephone number: 0131 669 4400 or email: Elaine.email@example.com.
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