IS IT TOO LATE TO PROVE THE ELIGIBILITY TO SIT FOR THE NY BAR


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Regarding this thread : Advance Evaluation of Eligibility for NY Bar Exam

http://www.llm-guide.com/board/98262

Is it too late to prove that mentioned eligibility?

-> If SO, what should I do?

-> If NOT, how can I secure (c)(2) and (d)?


".......(c) Proof of fulfillment of the educational requirements for admission to the practice of law in the foreign country.

(1) If you are admitted to practice law in a foreign country, attach a copy of your admission certificate, OR

(2) If you are not admitted to practice law in a foreign country, submit proof of the educational requirements for admission to practice law in your country and proof that you have fulfilled these requirements.

(d) Accreditation. Submit a written statement from the competent accrediting agency of your foreign government that the law school or schools you attended were recognized by them as qualified and approved throughout your period of study.
....."

Regarding this thread : Advance Evaluation of Eligibility for NY Bar Exam

http://www.llm-guide.com/board/98262

Is it too late to prove that mentioned eligibility?

-> If SO, what should I do?

-> If NOT, how can I secure (c)(2) and (d)?


".......•(c) Proof of fulfillment of the educational requirements for admission to the practice of law in the foreign country.

(1) If you are admitted to practice law in a foreign country, attach a copy of your admission certificate, OR

(2) If you are not admitted to practice law in a foreign country, submit proof of the educational requirements for admission to practice law in your country and proof that you have fulfilled these requirements.

•(d) Accreditation. Submit a written statement from the competent accrediting agency of your foreign government that the law school or schools you attended were recognized by them as qualified and approved throughout your period of study.
....."

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Spikee7288...

I'm not really into all this but as I understood it's just a recommendation to submit the application early. I have read that a couple of times. So you should be fine.

Can't really help you with the documentation. Don't have clue what I'd send myself... :-)

Good luck!

I'm not really into all this but as I understood it's just a recommendation to submit the application early. I have read that a couple of times. So you should be fine.

Can't really help you with the documentation. Don't have clue what I'd send myself... :-)

Good luck!
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