Annual Renewal and Compliance Period

Certified and/or registered interpreters who did not fulfill Annual Renewal and/or continuing education requirements due December 31, 2014, were assessed a late fee and given until February 28, 2015 to come into full compliance.

Effective March 1, 2015, interpreters who continue to be non-compliant have been suspended and  have until June 30, 2015, to come into full compliance. All completed forms and fees, including late fees and the reinstatement fee must be received by June 30, 2015. Effective July 1, 2015, interpreters who remain out of compliance will have their certification and/or registration status revoked, and will be required to take  and pass the qualifying exams currently in place, as well as complete the full enrollment process. Interpreters whose status has been revoked may not  re-qualify under current reciprocity guidelines, even if they hold another California recognized court interpreter certification.

Official notification and Annual Renewal packets are e-mailed annually ( in September) to all interpreters currently enrolled on the Judicial Council’s Master List of Certified Court and Registered Interpreters. Please make sure that your e-mail address is current.

Compliance Packet
Compliance Form – Fillable

For complete information on the compliance requirements for court interpreters refer to Compliance Requirements for Certified Court Interpreters and Registered Interpreters

Total Due Received no Later Than

Compliance Forms and/or Annual Renewal  Fee

$100

December 31

$50 late fee assessed if  not received by December 31

$150

January 1 - LAST DAY OF FEBRUARY

$250 reinstatement fee assessed in addition to renewal fee and late fee if received March 1 and before June 30 (interpreter suspension period)

$400

March 1 - June 30

Certification or registration status will be REVOKED if all compliance requirements have not been met by June 30.

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