Arraged employment but poor in English

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Subject: Arraged employment but poor in English
We are trying to file immigration for my brother in india. we are able to find Arranged employment for him in Ontario. But His english is very poor. I am afraid he can get even passing marks in IELTS test. can any one advise me is it okay as we are able to arranged employment for him in canada?
[03-08-2007,20:42]
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balkrishna Joshi
(in reply to: Arraged employment but poor in English)
If your brother can score 67 or more points then he can apply. For arranged employment, remember it has to be approved by HRSDC.

Living or working in Canada without a good English could be difficult.

[03-08-2007,23:12]
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CBV333
(in reply to: Arraged employment but poor in English)
He has more than 70 points with HRSDC approved arrange employment only problem is that english is not good so we were worring that in interview they might fail him !!
[04-08-2007,16:28]
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balkrishna Joshi
(in reply to: Arraged employment but poor in English)
so without arranged employment his points are not even close, correct?

How many points are you thinking he will get for language?

they do not assess language at the interview - it is done in your original application through a statement of proficiency or IELTS results.

I am not sure what sort of arranged employment you are thinking about but I suspect you are looking at an uphill battle.

[05-08-2007,13:44]
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sharon
(in reply to: Arraged employment but poor in English)
I agree with Sharon.

With poor English it is difficult and they do not assess language a the interview. I wonder what kind of job you found for him.

Well I guess theoretically if he has enough points you should give it a go but they may still request IELTS if they want to.

[05-08-2007,16:05]
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CBV333
(in reply to: Arraged employment but poor in English)
there is huge pressure from the Canadian public for CIC to get more strict about language proficiency. It is resulting in underemployed immigrants and huge costs to the taxpayer. Really and truly, you are not doing your brother any favours by bringing him to a country without language skills - unless he is prepared to get himself into classes the minute he arrives to learn the language.
[05-08-2007,19:17]
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sharon

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