As of now there is no standardized way of assesing
French for Quebec immigration. The officer during the
interview will assess your level directly.
But I guess in the future with the number of
applicants raising they may ask for a formal test to
be taken, but as of now there is no test to be
submitted. If you have done any French courses you can
give them as a proof of your French knowledge. If you
have done many courses in French, then cases of you
getting a interview waiver are there.
Having said that, French is just one of the important
criteria for the immigration to Quebec,others being
age, level of education and field of study.
If your premilinary application goes through then your
chances of getting CSQ is good, provided you have
prepared well for the interview.
--- small_universe2003 <small_universe2003@...
> Hi All,
> I have this question: when you assess you have a
> certain level of
> french, how do they verify this, in federal I think
> it is through a
> TEF exam, here I have no clue.
> Thanks and good luck !
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