LAS Language Assessment Services of Nova Scotia  


If you live in rural Nova Scotia, you have an option to take your English Test online with the help of trained proctors in your area of residence. Read about this option here.

If you are interested in becoming a proctor for remote assessments and have a proctor site which meets all the criteria, please read about the project here.

You may be eligible for a FREE language assessment and classes if you are one of the following:

Eligible Category Proof Required
Permanent Residents of Canada Permanent Resident card (or paper)
Protected Persons Notification letter from the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada noting their protected status is conferred.
Canadian citizens born outside Canada Citizenship card or Canadian passport
Individuals awaiting statutory checks A letter from Citizenship and Immigration Canada indicating that individuals are awaiting statutory CIC checks
Nova Scotia Nominees Letter of nomination from the Nova Scotia Office of Immigration
PR Applicants with Work Permit Valid temporary or post graduate work permit AND A letter from NS Office of Immigration confirming the receipt of the application, OR A letter from Citizenship and Immigration Canada confirming the application
International Graduate Valid work permit or graduate permit
6169 Quinpool Road, Suite 221, Halifax, Nova Scotia B3L 4P8     spacer    (902) 431-8675    spacer
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