T.C. Form 30 "Application for Admission to Practice"

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UNITED STATES TAX COURT
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20217
INFORMATION FOR APPLICANTS WHO ARE ATTORNEYS
REGARDING ADMISSION TO PRACTICE BEFORE THE COURT
Attorney applicants must, as a condition of being admitted to practice before the
Court, complete an Application for Admission to Practice (available at
www.ustaxcourt.gov) that is sworn to before a notary public. See Rule 200(a)(2), Tax
Court Rules of Practice and Procedure. A current (within 90 calendar days of the
application filing date) certificate from the Clerk of the appropriate court, showing
that the applicant has been admitted to practice before and is in good standing of the
Bar of the Supreme Court of the United States, or the highest or appropriate court of
any State or of the District of Columbia, or any commonwealth, territory, or
possession of the United States must be attached to the application. Additionally, a
check or money order for $35.00 ($10.00 of which is in payment of the Court’s
periodic registration fee) payable to the Clerk, United States Tax Court must
accompany the application. For the application for admission to be considered, please
mail the completed application, certificate of good standing, and check or money order
to: Office of the Clerk of the Court, United States Tax Court, 400 Second Street,
N.W., Room 111, Washington, D.C. 20217.
Upon examination of your application papers and approval by this Court, your
name will be entered on the Roll of Practitioners of the Court, and your certificate will
be inscribed and forwarded to you. If an applicant fails to satisfy the requirements of
Rule 200, Tax Court Rules of Practice and Procedure, the Court may deny such
applicant admission to practice before the Court.
The Tax Court Rules of Practice and Procedure are available at no cost in
electronic format on the United States Tax Court’s official Web site,
www.ustaxcourt.gov. To obtain a printed copy of the Tax Court Rules of Practice and
Procedure, please submit an order and payment either by (1) using www.Pay.gov,
through which payment can be made using specified credit cards, specified debit
cards, or via electronic debit from a checking or savings account, or (2) mailing a
check or money order for $20.00, payable to the Clerk, United States Tax Court and
addressed to: Office of the Clerk of the Court, United States Tax Court, 400 Second
Street, N.W., Room 111, Washington, D.C. 20217.
UNITED STATES TAX COURT
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20217
INFORMATION FOR APPLICANTS WHO ARE ATTORNEYS
REGARDING ADMISSION TO PRACTICE BEFORE THE COURT
Attorney applicants must, as a condition of being admitted to practice before the
Court, complete an Application for Admission to Practice (available at
www.ustaxcourt.gov) that is sworn to before a notary public. See Rule 200(a)(2), Tax
Court Rules of Practice and Procedure. A current (within 90 calendar days of the
application filing date) certificate from the Clerk of the appropriate court, showing
that the applicant has been admitted to practice before and is in good standing of the
Bar of the Supreme Court of the United States, or the highest or appropriate court of
any State or of the District of Columbia, or any commonwealth, territory, or
possession of the United States must be attached to the application. Additionally, a
check or money order for $35.00 ($10.00 of which is in payment of the Court’s
periodic registration fee) payable to the Clerk, United States Tax Court must
accompany the application. For the application for admission to be considered, please
mail the completed application, certificate of good standing, and check or money order
to: Office of the Clerk of the Court, United States Tax Court, 400 Second Street,
N.W., Room 111, Washington, D.C. 20217.
Upon examination of your application papers and approval by this Court, your
name will be entered on the Roll of Practitioners of the Court, and your certificate will
be inscribed and forwarded to you. If an applicant fails to satisfy the requirements of
Rule 200, Tax Court Rules of Practice and Procedure, the Court may deny such
applicant admission to practice before the Court.
The Tax Court Rules of Practice and Procedure are available at no cost in
electronic format on the United States Tax Court’s official Web site,
www.ustaxcourt.gov. To obtain a printed copy of the Tax Court Rules of Practice and
Procedure, please submit an order and payment either by (1) using www.Pay.gov,
through which payment can be made using specified credit cards, specified debit
cards, or via electronic debit from a checking or savings account, or (2) mailing a
check or money order for $20.00, payable to the Clerk, United States Tax Court and
addressed to: Office of the Clerk of the Court, United States Tax Court, 400 Second
Street, N.W., Room 111, Washington, D.C. 20217.
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UNITED STATES TAX COURT
APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION TO PRACTICE
(Attorney At Law)
(APPLICATION MUST BE TYPED)
(APPLICATION MUST BE TYPED)
I,
, hereby apply for adm ission to
(First Nam e)
(M I)
(Last Nam e)
practice before the United States Tax Court and submit the following:
1. I was born at
on
(C ity)
(M onth)
(D ay)
(Year)
( S tate)
2. I reside at
,
(N um ber - Street)
(C ity)
(S tate)
(Zip Code)
3. My office address is
(F irm Nam e)
(S uite/A pt./P .O . B ox)
(S treet)
(C ity)
(S tate)
(Zip Code)
4. I was adm itted to the bar of the
of the
(E nter nam e of highest c ourt)
State of
, on the
day of
, and am now a mem ber in good
standing of said bar. (Attach a certificate from the Clerk of the Court dated within the past 90 days.)
5. I
been suspended or disbarred from practice before a court of a State, Territory, or District of the
(hav e) (ha v e not)
United States, or a United States Court; further, there
now pending against me an action of the type
(is ) (is not)
above described. (If statem ent is affirm ative, attach a full statem ent of facts.)
6. I
been convicted of a violation of a Federal tax law or of an indictable crim e; further,
(hav e) (ha v e not)
there
now pending against m e any such crim inal action. (If statem ent is affirm ative, attach a full
(is ) (is not)
statem ent of facts.)
I
, do solem nly swear that I am the person nam ed in the
foregoing application for adm ission to practice before the United States Tax Court, that the statem ents of facts herein
contained are true, and that I will support the Constitution of the United States and will conduct myself uprightly and
according to law and the Rules of Practice of the United States Tax Court.
(S ignature of A pplic ant)
Subscribed and sworn to before m e this
day of
(Year)
[IMPRESS SEAL HERE]
(S ig na tu re of N o ta ry P u b lic )
(O fficial Title)
Enclosures:
Clerk’s certificate of current date. (See par. 4, above)
Check or Money Order for fee(s) payable to the Clerk of the United States Tax Court
Form 30
(Revised 7/12)
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