Texas Process Servers Academy

 

BECOME A CERTIFIED PROCESS SERVER


The Process Server Certification program improves the standards for persons authorized to serve process across Texas.

 

Process Server Certification - General information.

 

Initial Certification - requirements, fees, and things to send in when you are first making application to become a Certified Process Server.

 

Renewals - requirements and fees for renewing your Certification through the JBCC.

 

(from the JBCC website): "NEW certification expiration dates for Process Servers:

"Effective immediately, certifications for process servers will become a 2-year certification instead of the current 3-year certification. Renewal fees will be different. All new certifications issued will likewise be on a 2-year certification cycle. If your certification expired on or 9/1/2017 and you renewed on or after 9/1/2017, the two-year cycle affects you. Those whose certifications were renewed 09/01/17 to present will receive an email from us with any additional information regarding their certifications."

 

Continuing Education - to maintain your certification, you must complete 12-hours of continuing education at the end of your 3-year cycle, or 8-hours at the end of your 2-year cycle. This site tells you what you need to do to keep your Certification current, and which course we offer to help you do so.

"Continuing education requirements may change. Updated information will be posted as soon as it is available. We are in the process of updating our rules as well."

 

Statutes and Rules that Process Servers need to know, primarily concerning certification, re-certification, and the JBCC.

 

FAQ's - Frequently Asked Questions on the JBCC website.