Interpreter Services

The State of Arizona wants to make sure the Deaf and Hard of Hearing individuals are receiving Quality access to communication. That's why Arizona Sign Language Interpreters are now required to be licensed through the Arizona Commission for the Deaf and the Hard of Hearing.

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Licensure (Applications)

Here you will find License Application forms, initial or renewal, 20 days short term registration form, Change of Address form and initial application cut-off date information.


You may have questions about Arizona licensure… We have listed the answers to the most common questions.

Interpreter Resources

This is where you will find the latest information on interpreting related events and issues.

File a Complaint

All interpreter complaints are managed by our Licensing and Certification Coordinator, Emmett Hassen.