Effective October 14, 2022, NNAS will no longer collect language proficiency test scores as part of NNAS’s process. Instead, all applicants will submit proof of language proficiency directly to regulatory bodies as part the regulator’s review process. This change is part of NNAS’s initiative to streamline its processes.
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