Welcome to the official North Carolina Interpreters and Transliterators Licensing Board website. Interpreters, transliterators, consumers, and those with a general interest in the field will find information about the process for obtaining a license for interpreting or transliterating in the state of North Carolina. Please note that the NCITLB is for interpreters and transliterators who work specifically with deaf and hard of hearing people and those who interact with them. It is not meant for individuals who interpret between two spoken languages.
The North Carolina Interpreter and Transliterators Licensing Board’s licensure year runs from October 1-September 30. All licenses must be renewed annually on or before September 30.
The Next Board Meeting Date and Location:
***POSTPONED** March 13, 2020 – Due to the rising concerns and travel restrictions related to COVID-19 (Coronavirus) it has been determined that the Friday March 13, 2020 Board meeting will be postponed. More information about a new meeting date will be posted on the website as soon as a new date has been determined.
In the interest of reducing the possible impact of COVID-19 (Coronavirus), we will be operating remotely until further notice. Due to our remote work solutions, we can confidently provide our members continued service without disruption. Our focus, dedication, and support are unwavering as we navigate this unique time. We hope you, your family, and colleagues remain safe and healthy.
North Carolina Interpreters & Transliterators Licensing Board
PO Box 20963
Raleigh, NC 27619