TITLE XXX
OCCUPATIONS AND PROFESSIONS

CHAPTER 326-I
INTERPRETERS FOR THE DEAF AND HARD OF HEARING

Section 326-I:8


See Emergency Order #46 (NH LEGIS E.O. 2020-46-Emerg. (2020, 2046:1.)), issued pursuant to Executive Order 2020-04 (NH LEGIS E.O. 2020-04 (2020, 1004:1.)) as extended by Executive Orders 2020-05 (NH LEGIS E.O. 2020-05 (2020, 1005:1.)); 2020-08 (NH LEGIS E.O. 2020-08 (2020, 1008:1.)); 2020-09 (NH LEGIS E.O. 2020-09 (2020, 1009:1.)); 2020-010 (NH LEGIS E.O. 2020-010 (2020, 1010:1.)); 2020-014 (NH LEGIS E.O. 2020-014 (2020, 1014:1.)); 2020-015 (NH LEGIS E.O. 2020-015 (2020, 1015:1.)); 2020-016 (NH LEGIS E.O. 2020-016 (2020, 1016:1.)); 2020-017 (NH LEGIS E.O. 2020-017 (2020, 1017:1.)); 2020-018 (NH LEGIS E.O. 2020-018 (2020, 1018:1.)); 2020-020 (NH LEGIS E.O. 2020-020 (2020, 1020:1.)); 2020-021 (NH LEGIS E.O. 2020-021 (2020, 1021:1.)); 2020-022 (NH LEGIS E.O. 2020-022 (2020, 1022:1.)); 2020-023 (NH LEGIS E.O. 2020-023 (2020, 1023:1.)); 2020-024 (NH LEGIS E.O. 2020-024 (2020, 1024:1.)); 2020-025 (NH LEGIS E.O. 2020-025 (2020, 1025:1.)); 2021-01 (NH LEGIS E.O. 2021-01 (2021, 1001:1.)); 2021-02 (NH LEGIS E.O. 2021-02 (2021, 1002:1.)); 2021-04 (NH LEGIS E.O. 2021-04 (2021, 1004:1.)); 2021-05 (NH LEGIS E.O. 2021-05 (2021, 1005:1.)); 2021-06 (NH LEGIS E.O. 2021-06 (2021, 1006:1.)); 2021-08 (NH LEGIS E.O. 2021-08 (2021, 1008:1.)); and 2021-010 (NH LEGIS E.O. 2021-010 (2021, 1010:1.)), related to the COVID-19 State of Emergency, for potential impact on the terms of this section. The state of emergency was allowed to expire on June 11, 2021. See also 2021, 91:301, eff. July 1, 2021, regarding application of Emergency Orders.
    326-I:8 Persons or Practices Affected. –

[Paragraph I effective until January 1, 2022; see also paragraph I set out below.]


I. Nothing in this chapter shall be construed to prohibit a student enrolled in a school or courses in interpreting for the deaf and hard of hearing from interpreting for the deaf which is incidental to a course of study of supervised field work.

[Paragraph I effective January 1, 2022; see also paragraph I set out above.]


I. Nothing in this chapter shall be construed to prohibit a student enrolled in a school or courses in interpreting for the deaf, deafblind, and hard of hearing from interpreting for the deaf which is incidental to a course of study of supervised field work.
II. Nothing in this chapter shall prohibit persons registered or otherwise licensed in this state under any other law from engaging in the practice for which they are registered or licensed.

Source. 2001, 232:1, eff. July 1, 2001. 2021, 86:2, eff. Jan. 1, 2022.