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The good news is that your children are exempt from the English language requirement as they are now adult dependent relatives (but were under 18 when they first came to the UK as your dependents), see here: http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/visas-immigration/settlement/knowledge-language-life/
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Thanks, XXXXX XXXXX mean that they do not have to do the
1) Life in the Uk test and
2) show that they have a speaking and listening qualification in English at B1 CEFR or higher, or its equivalent.
Does this apply to my wife too who applied with me as my dependant too, although she has a Degree taught in English.
Does She also fall under the Adult dependant relatives ?
This is very dissapointing. On the one hand you say they exempt and now you say they are not.
How do I check if their qualifications meet the requirements. How do i search in this link for their A level qualification.
Also, it does not make sense that my daughter has to do the test if she is at a english teaching university in her third year and have had First degree passes in the last two years. Surely this will play a role too.
I need to know, what to check in the qualification data base for their A-level qualifications to make sure it is comparable to the english language qualification
Sorry, I think there is a misunderstanding
My son did his GCSE in English
My daughter did get AS and A Levels in Biology, Chemistry and Maths. She did not do GCSE's. Are you saying that if she produces proof that she is doing the course that she will be exempt ???
An my son, it is not clear what i should look for to satisfy that he is exempt for his GCSE English and that it is equivalent to the requirement of B! CEFR or Higher?
I am afraid the news is not good:
Apparently both your children will need to take an appropriate English language test for settlement, the GCSE and A Levels will not help either of them. The fact that your daughter has not yet received her degree will not help, she needs to receive her degree for her to be exempted.
Sorry, this may not be what you wish to hear.