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commonwealth within the meaning of 48 U.S.C. §
1904(e)(5).
(C) Application. An attorney at law may be
admitted to the bar of the Court upon filing with the
Clerk a completed application accompanied by the
applicable fee (payable by check or money order) and a
current certificate from the clerk of the appropriate
court showing that the applicant is a member in good
standing of the bar of one of the courts named in
paragraph (A) of this subsection. A current court
certificate is one executed not earlier than 3 months
before the date of the filing of the application.
(2)
Admission of non-attorneys to practice.
A non-
attorney of good moral character and repute who is —
(A) under the direct supervision (including
presence at any oral argument) of an attorney admitted
to the bar of the Court, or
(B) employed by an organization that is chartered
by Congress, is recognized by the Secretary of Veterans
Affairs for claims representation, and provides a
statement signed by the organization's chief executive
officer certifying to the employee's
(i) understanding of the procedures and
jurisdiction of the Court and of the nature, scope,
and standards of its judicial review; and
(ii) proficiency to represent appellants before
the Court
may be admitted to practice before the Court as a non-attorney
practitioner upon filing with the Clerk a completed application
accompanied by the applicable fee (payable by check or money
order). In making the statement under this paragraph, the chief
executive officer should be aware that knowledge of and
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