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Official Score Report Letters for the FCICE 2014 Written Exam are now available.
To access your score report letter, go to the "If You're Registered" drop-down menu at the top of this page and then click on "Registered Candidates Only." You will be prompted to enter your Examinee ID Number and password.
If you are unable to access the Score Report Letter online, please contact us at FCICE@ncsc.org or 757-259-7501.
Information regarding the FCICE 2015 Oral Exam will be posted here in early 2015. Please check back periodically for updates.
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.
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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.