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REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED!!
The next FCICE examination to be administered is the Phase Two Oral Examination, which will be administered in 2013. Registration will open on Monday, March 25, 2013 at 8:30 a.m. Eastern time and will close on Monday, May 20, 2013 at 5:00 p.m. Eastern time. Eligible candidates must register for the oral examination during the registration period. No late registrations will be accepted.
Only those individuals who have previously passed the Phase One Written Examination are eligible for the Phase Two Oral Examination. The registration fee in 2013 is $250. Please do not
dispute the credit card charge after registering for the examination. Doing so will trigger an automatic cancellation of your registration. The vendor name that will appear on your credit card statement will be “NCSC” or “NTL CTR FOR ST CTS.”
Click “Exam Dates and Locations” in the drop-down box above for more information.
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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.