If you are applying for immigration to Quebec, you need to show a proof of proficiency in French language to the Quebec Visa & Immigration department. As from April 2014, the minimum French requirement for Quebec immigration is an Upper Intermediate level - called the B2 level according to the CEFR (the international French language proficiency scale).
To prove that you have attained the B2 level, you need to take an official French proficiency test such as TCF (or TCFQ, the special version for Quebec immigration), TEF (or TEFAQ, the special version for Quebec immigration), or the DELF B2 exam.
Which of these tests to take? This will depend on which ones are available at your location, and also the test date. TCF or TCFQ and TEF or TEFAQ can be available every month, while DELF B2 might only be available twice a year! We can advise you on which test to take based on the options that you have.
These French proficiency tests/exams are conducted by the Alliance Francaise or Institut Francais, so you need to register for the exam with them. However, you are not required to take their preparation classes; French Faster can prepare you in a much shorter time!
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