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What to bring to your assessment

You must bring original immigration documents with you at the time of your language assessment.
1)      Proof of Ontario residency (bank statement, hydro/water/gas bill, lease)
2)      Please consult the table below to see which additional documents to bring based on your immigration status.
 
Immigration Status
Required documentation (Original or certified copy must be presented)
Canadian Citizen born outside of Canada
Canadian Passport Certificate of Canadian Citizenship (Citizenship card)
Permanent Resident
Record of Landing (IMM 1000)
Confirmation of Permanent Residence (IMM 5292 or IMM 5509) Permanent Resident Card
Convention Refugee/Protected Person
Convention Refugees:
Record of Landing (IMM 1000)
Confirmation of Permanent Residence (IMM 5292 or IMM 5509)
Letter of Notice of Decision from the IRB confirming that the client has been determined to be a Convention Refugee.
Protection Persons: 
Letters issued by CIC indicating that an client’s application for protection has been allowed (successful Pre-Removal Risk Assessment PRRA).
Protected Persons Status Document (IMM5520)
Urgent Protection cases sometimes enter Canada on a temporary resident permit called a Permit to come into or Remain in Canada (IMM 1263).  The permit will have the words “Protected temporary residents class” written on it
Persons in Canada whose applications for Permanent Resident status are being processed in Canada and who have been informed by a letter from Citizenship and Immigration Canada of the initial approval of their application subject to an admissibility assessment
Approved in Principle letter (pending verifications)
 
Work or Study Permits that include a notation indicating initial approval of a concurrent Application for Permanent Residence. The Work or Study Permit must have words like “Initial Approval of PR” written on it.
Refugee claimant
Refugee Protection Claimant Document
Temporary Worker or Student who has obtained initial approval for a concurrent Application for Permanent Residence.
Work or Study Permits that include a notation indicating initial approval of a concurrent Application for Permanent Residence. The Work or Study Permit must have words like “Initial Approval of PR” written on it.
Foreign domestic worker admitted under the Live-In Caregiver program.
Live-In Caregiver Work Permit (Case Type 20 for Nannies and Live-in Caregivers) issued by Citizenship and Immigration Canada.