Can I bring my child to the in-person citizenship test?
We’re now inviting applicants to take the citizenship test online.
In-person tests may also be available if you need an accommodation.
For the latest instructions, wait for and check your invitation.
No, only the person scheduled for the test can be in the testing room.
If you need accommodation, contact the office that sent your invitation to explain your situation. They will let you know if they can accommodate your child. For example, you may be able to bring someone to supervise your child in the waiting room of the test location.
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