- I got my ILR in Tier 1 General category in January 2016.
- I used my overseas Master's degree taught in English as evidence for English language requirement.
- I used Point Based Calculator (defunt now, but used to exist and was accepted then) that listed my degree and university.
- I don't have a UK NARIC certificate.
- I got a speeding ticket in August 2018 and have paid a fine of £100 and have 3 points added to my UK driving license.
Now I have two options:
- Apply for UK NARIC. This requires a letter from my university as evidence that language of instruction as English. I don't have this and don't want to go down this route.
- Sit a B1 English test in an approved test centre.
1. I am OK with sitting this B1 English test. Am I correct in this understanding and there is no way to circumvent this step? For eg., My Knowledge Of Life & Language (KOLL) certificate which I passed before my ILR in January 2016 would not suffice?
2. I would require to declare the speeding ticket in my online naturalisation application. Correct?
Would greatly appreciate input on the above.
PS: I did read the pinned FAQ -> british-citizenship/faqs-english-langua ... 98118.html
and used the forum's search facility and also google and still was unable to find a clear answer. Apologies if this has been answered before.