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I have completed four years in Canada and as a permanent resident, I was thinking of applying for citizenship. The question I want to ask if whether I need to do a test to prove my English speaking skills. I scored 109/120 on a TOEFL internet based test 12 years ago and I have a Masters degree from the UK. Being from a non- English speaking country, should I still prove my proficiency in English? If so, what are cheap options I can use to fulfill the requirement. Thank you.

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I scored 109/120 on a TOEFL internet based test 12 years ago

Now, the 12 years ago won't matter, my ten year old IELTS test was accepted just fine but https://www.cic.gc.ca/english/helpcentre/answer.asp?qnum=572 doesn't list the TOEFL and states

We don’t accept any other third-party test results, even if they’re similar.

Continuing on,

I have a Masters degree from the UK

That's great! https://www.cic.gc.ca/english/helpcentre/answer.asp?qnum=573 says

You may send a transcript, diploma or certificate showing that you graduated from a secondary school or from a post-secondary program in Canada or abroad. These materials must show that the program was in English or French. A single course in an official language is not enough to meet this requirement.

Wishing you best of luck.

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