Judicial Branch Certification Commission

New Expiration Date for Process Servers and Licensed Court Interpreters 

PROCESS SERVERS:
Effective immediately, certifications for process servers will become a 2-year certification instead of the current 3-year certification. Renewal fees will be different. All new certifications issued will likewise be on a 2-year certification cycle. If your certification expired on or 9/1/2017 and you renewed on or after 9/1/2017, the two-year cycle affects you. Those whose certifications were renewed 09/01/17 to present will receive an email from us with any additional information regarding their certifications.
Continuing education requirements may change. Updated information will be posted as soon as it is available. We are in the process of updating our rules as well. 
Questions or concerns regarding this matter must be submitted to processservers@txcourts.gov.


COURT INTERPRETERS:
Effective immediately, licenses for court interpreters will become a 2-year license instead of the current 1-year license. Renewal fees will be different. All new licenses issued after that date will likewise be on a 2-year renewal cycle. If your license expired on or 9/1/2017 and you renewed on or after 9/1/2017, the two-year cycle affects you. Those whose licenses were renewed 09/01/17 to present will receive an email from us with any additional information regarding their certifications.
Continuing education requirements may change. Updated information will be posted as soon as it is available. We are in the process of updating our rules as well.
Questions or concerns regarding this matter must be submitted to courtinterpreters@txcourts.gov.