New Mexico Court Reporter 
Certification Information 

To become a New Mexico Certified Court Reporter, court reporters must pass the Registered Professional Reporter examination given by the National Court Reporters Association.  No other state or national certifications are accepted.  
If a reporter already possesses the RPR certification, in order to report New Mexico State cases, the reporter must apply for a waiver of examination by clicking on the "Authority to Release" document below and filling it out. You will be required to upload it later. You will also need a copy of your RPR certificate, or a printout from NCRA proving your RPR certification, to upload.

To being your application, click on the "CCR Waiver of Examination Application" tab at 

The first-time application fee is $300.46, which includes the fee for a background check. If the Certified Court Reporter Certification is granted by the Board Governing the Recording of Judicial Proceedings, each year thereafter, subject to change, there is a $130 renewal fee. Renewals are due Dec. 31st of each year.
Please see Rule 22-201 under the "Rules" tab on this website.
Authority to Release.pdf

Board Governing the Recording of Judicial Proceedings (CCR Board) P.O. Box 65157 Albuquerque NM 87193-5157 (505) 269-2669, email:

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