Do Native English-Speakers Have To Take the English Test To Get a Visa?
"Belize is an English speaking country. So I was educated in English and all my documents are in English, I speak only English, do I still need to take the English exam? In order to get my visa screen?"
That's a great question. And yes, the answer is you do are required to take that English language proficiency exam, there's only a select group of countries that are exempt from English. In many countries where you speak English or educated in English, you still are required to take an English language proficiency exam. So I know that can be challenging and frustrating, I guess the only kind of benefit is for native speakers, these exams tend to be quite easy. So that could at least to be a little bit of solace, and for the extra step involved.