Internation passport valid on test day? quickresponseapppr!!

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Internation passport valid on test day? quickresponseapppr!!

Postby gothamm » Sat Dec 11, 2010 12:14 am

I am freaking out here, because i just realized my CA driver's license expired 2 weeks ago.

LSAC guidelines says "government issued passport"...does this extend to international passports?


I have an indian passport which has a recent recognizable photo of me...


A quick response would be appreciated!

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Re: Internation passport valid on test day? quickresponseapppr!!

Postby kazu » Sat Dec 11, 2010 12:16 am

gothamm wrote:I am freaking out here, because i just realized my CA driver's license expired 2 weeks ago.

LSAC guidelines says "government issued passport"...does this extend to international passports?


I have an indian passport which has a recent recognizable photo of me...


A quick response would be appreciated!

Yes, it does.

Your indian passport, if valid, should be fine.

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Re: Internation passport valid on test day? quickresponseapppr!!

Postby gothamm » Sat Dec 11, 2010 12:24 am

thank you thank you thank you :D

more confirmations of this would be awesome!

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Re: Internation passport valid on test day? quickresponseapppr!!

Postby Nulli Secundus » Sat Dec 11, 2010 5:15 am

gothamm wrote:I am freaking out here, because i just realized my CA driver's license expired 2 weeks ago.

LSAC guidelines says "government issued passport"...does this extend to international passports?


I have an indian passport which has a recent recognizable photo of me...


A quick response would be appreciated!


At first I thought of trolling you by saying you would have problems with that passport, but I decided against it. Since LSAC guidelines say "government issued passport", there are two issues to be resolved in your case:

- Does India have a government?
- Does it have the mandate to issue identification papers like passports?

If your answer is yes to both, you are golden! HTH!



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