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IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Registration is now closed.  Please schedule your exam with Prometric by August 29, 2014.       

Testing window:  The administration window for the 2014 Written Exam will be September 1 - 14, 2014.  Once you have successfully registered for the examination during open registration, you will be provided the contact information necessary to schedule your Written Examination with Prometric.

Prometric has over 200 testing locations for your scheduling convenience.

Registration fee:  $210.00

Please note that partial refunds for cancellations will be based on the Cancellation Policy (Section 2.3 of the Examinee Handbook).

For answers to general questions about the FCICE program, please click here.

To learn more about the Phase One Written and Phase Two Oral Examinations, please review the FCICE Examinee Handbook, which is available online here.

PROGRAM MAILINGS TO END -- WHITELIST OUR EMAIL ADDRESS

The FCICE program has discontinued the practice of mailing admission letters, score reports, and other important information to candidates, effective January 1, 2013. To ensure that the email we send you is not mistakenly sent to your junk or spam folder, please whitelist our email address: fcice@ncsc.org. If you do not know how to whitelist our email address, read through the instructions provided on how to whitelist us with AOL, Yahoo, Gmail, Hotmail, Outlook, Apple Mail, and more.

Even if your ISP or email program is not listed, with these instructions you should be able to figure out how to whitelist our email address. If you find email from fcice@ncsc.org in your spam or junk folder, please take that opportunity to tell your mail program that it is not spam by hitting the “not spam,” “not junk,” or other similar button, training your program to whitelist it.

 


The National Center for State Courts is contractor to the Administrative Office of the United States Courts for the development and administration of the Spanish/English Federal Court Interpreter Certification Examination.

Special information for veterans: The Federal Court Interpreter Certification Examination has been approved for Department of Veterans Affairs reimbursement.