According to the Home Office, pwede mo pang gamitin ang B1 level qualification that you took more than 2 years ago if:.
#1: If you are applying for citizenship
You can still use a B1 level qualification that’s expired if you’re applying for citizenship and it was accepted when you settled in the UK. So, kung ginamit mo ang B1 English certificate mo noong nag-apply kay ng ILR (Indefinite Leave to Remain) pwede mo ulet sya magamit sa application mo for British naturalisation.
It does not matter if the B1 level test you took is not on the current list of recognised tests. You do not need to take another test.
#2: If you’re applying to settle in the UK
You can still use a B1 level qualification that’s expired out if:
- it’s on the current list of recognised tests
- it was accepted for another UK immigration application, for example when you got permission to enter.
For example, ginamit mo ang B1 noong nag-apply ka ng FLR (M) or FLR (FP) or FLR (O), and now you’re applying to Settle in the UK, you can still use a B1 Level qualification. There is no need to take another English test in this situation.
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