Process Server Certification
In addition to the information contained within the pages for this program, please read the Judicial Branch Certification Commission (JBCC) Rules to be sure you have complete information.
The Process Server Certification program improves the standards for persons authorized to serve process statewide. For the new Supreme Court approved Process Server Code of Ethics, please click here.
Process Servers may begin serving process once they receive their certification card, or once their name appears on either of the lists below. The List of Certified Process Servers is updated monthly. The List of New and Recently Renewed Process Servers is updated weekly; however, it is not updated in the same week as the monthly list.
NOTE: You are certified or renewed when your name appears on one of the lists below, or you receive your certification card in the mail.
NEW Fingerprinting Requirement for Process Servers
- All new Certified Process Server applicants and those Certified Process Servers renewing after September 1, 2014, will be required to obtain electronic fingerprinting through the Texas Department of Public Safety, Fingerprint Applicant Services of Texas (FAST) Program.
- For new applicants, please refer to the Initial Certification page of our web site. For those renewing current certifications, please refer to the Renewals page of our web site.