Mich. Admin. Code R. 393.5091 - Renewal; expiration; renewal of credentials

Current through Vol. 22-05, April 1, 2022

Rule 91.

(1) An interpreter desiring to interpret for a proceeding for D/DB/HH persons residing in this state shall maintain current certification and listing as a qualified interpreter in this state.
(2) The state-issued credential issued to RID certificate holders and EIPA certificate holders expires on June 30 of the year following the initial certification.
(3) An interpreter holding an EIPA or RID credential shall annually submit a renewal application on forms provided by the division, along with professional development documentation and appropriate fee, so that it is postmarked on or before June 30. Each nationally certified interpreter shall also submit a valid copy of his or her interpreter card issued by RID or receipt showing certification maintenance payment and certification level(s).
(4) An application submitted by the postmark date of June 30 is exempt from late fees; however, the postmark does not guarantee processing of the applications mailed less than 10 business days before June 30.
(5) An EIPA or RID certified interpreter who fails to renew his or her qualified interpreter certificate in this state by June 30 of the year in which his or her credential expires shall pay a late fee equal to ½ the renewal fee as provided under R 393.5094, in addition to the regular renewal fee.
(6) An EIPA or RID certified interpreter who fails to submit his or her renewal within 45 calendar days following the date that the credential expired shall pay a reinstatement fee in addition to late fees.


Mich. Admin. Code R. 393.5091
2014 AACS

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