§ 501.10. Biennial registration renewal.
(a) A registrant shall renew the registration biennially to retain the right to continue to provide interpreting or transliterating services, or offer to provide sign language interpreting or transliterating services, or hold himself out as a qualified sign language interpreter or a qualified transliterator or use similar titles or designations under the act.
(b) Registration for a biennium expires December 31 of every even-numbered year.
(c) To renew a registration, a registrant shall submit to the Office before the expiration of the renewal period a completed renewal application supplied by the Office along with the required renewal fee and any late or reactivation fees under § 501.2 (relating to fees).
(d) Biennial registration forms and other forms or literature to be distributed by the Office will be forwarded to the last mailing or electronic address provided to the Office by the registrant. Failure of the Office to send, or of the registrant to receive, a biennial registration application does not relieve the registrant of the biennial registration responsibility.
(e) The Office will issue a nontransferable biennial registration to a registrant who renews registration under this section within 60 days.
This section cited in 34 Pa. Code § 501.11 (relating to reactivation of registration).
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