You are required to meet the English language ability for the extension and I suggest you take immediate steps to obtain this before you apply, otherwise you will be wasting your time on 14th February unless there is a compelling reason.
I suggest you take the test and postpone your application date or lodge it by post.
English language evidence:
Evidence of passing an English language test in speaking and listening must take the form of either:
(a) a certificate that:
(i) is from an English language test provider approved by the Secretary of State for these purposes as specified in Appendix O of these rules
(ii) is a test approved by the Secretary of State for these purposes as specified in Appendix O of these rules
(iii) shows the applicant's name;
(iv) shows the qualification obtained (which must meet or exceed level A1 of the Common European Framework of Reference); and,
(v) shows the date of award.
(b) a print out of the online score from a PTE (Pearson) test which:
(i) is a test approved by the Secretary of State for these purposes as specified in Appendix O of these rules;
(ii) can be used to show that the qualification obtained (which must meet or exceed level A1 of the Common European Framework of Reference); and,
(iii) is from an English language test provider approved by the Secretary of State for these purposes as specified in Appendix O of these rules
28. The evidence required to show that a person is a citizen or national of a majority English speaking country is a valid passport or travel document, unless paragraphs 29 and 30 apply. A dual national may invoke either of their nationalities.
29. If the applicant has not provided their passport or travel document other evidence of nationality can be supplied in the following circumstances only (as indicated by the applicant on their application form):
(a) where the passport has been lost or stolen;
(b) where the passport has expired and been returned to the relevant authorities; or
(c) where the passport is with another part of the UK Border Agency.
30. Alternative evidence as proof of nationality, if acceptable, must be either:
(a) A current national identity document; or
(b) An original letter from the applicant's Home Government or Embassy confirming the applicant's full name, date of birth and nationality.
31. Evidence of an academic qualification (recognised by NARIC UK to be equivalent to the standard of a Bachelor's or Master's degree or PhD in the UK) and was taught in English must be either:
(a) A certificate issued by the relevant institution confirming the award of the academic qualification showing:
(i) the applicant's name;
(ii) the title of award;
(iii) the date of award;
(iv) the name of the awarding institution; and,
(v) that the qualification was taught in English
(b) If the applicant is awaiting graduation or no longer has the certificate and cannot get a new one, the evidence must be:
(i) an original academic reference from the institution awarding the academic qualification that;
(1) is on official letter headed paper;
(2) shows the applicant's name;
(3) shows the title of award;
(4) confirms that the qualification was taught in English;
(5) explains when the academic qualification has been, or will be awarded; and
(6) states either the date that the certificate will be issued (if the applicant has not yet graduated) or confirms that the institution is unable to re-issue the original certificate of award.
(ii) an original academic transcript that
(1) is on official letter headed paper
(2) shows the applicant's name;
(3) the name of the academic institution;
(4) the course title;
(5) confirms that the qualification was taught in English; and,
(6) provides confirmation of the award.
32. If the qualification was taken in one of the following countries, it will be assumed for the purpose of paragraph 31 that it was taught in English: Antigua and Barbuda, Australia, the Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Guyana, Ireland, Jamaica, New Zealand, St Kitts and Nevis, St Lucia, St Vincent and the Grenadines, Trinidad and Tobago, the UK, the USA.
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