Q) Good afternoon. I am Aleksandr T*****. Citizen of Ukraine. Received a password to stay in the US. Received a non-work permit, Social Security Number (SSN), and an Illinois driver’s license. Question: 1.Where can I take the SDL, DMV theoretical exam on a computer, in Ukrainian, Polish or Russian in Illinois? Thank you.
A) It is likely that the Illinois Secretary of State’s office, which handles driver’s license testing and issuance, will have the ability to provide the written portion of the driver’s license exam in multiple languages, including Ukrainian, Polish, and Russian.
You can find the nearest Secretary of State facility by visiting the website of the Illinois Secretary of State’s office (https://www.cyberdriveillinois.com/) and using the “Facility Locator” tool on the main page to search for locations near you. You can also contact the Secretary of State’s office by phone and ask about the availability of the written exam in your preferred language. It is advisable to check the website or call ahead to confirm the availability of the exam in your preferred language and to check if there are any restrictions or requirements.