Proof of acceptance or enrollment in future educational institution (college, university, community college, technical or business school) evidencing you are currently working towards a degree in the legal field (law school, paralegal studies, legal assistant studies, court reporting or any other law-related field).
What does POA stand for?
POA stands for Proof of Acceptance
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We have 155 other meanings of POA in our Acronym Attic
- Production Organization Approval
- Profession of Arms
- Profit on Ordinary Activities
- Program for Older Adults (various organizations)
- Program of Activities (various organizations)
- Programa Operativo Anual (Spanish: Annual Operating Program; various locations)
- Programme of Action (various organizations)
- Project of Activities
- Project Opportunity Assessment
- Projection of Aggression (band)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Submit proof of acceptance from institution of higher education.
According to reports, student visas will be issued only to bona fide international students and those with proof of acceptance into a university course.
Applicant must be a high school senior graduating during the 2005-2006 academic year, with proof of acceptance at an accredited college or university that offers either an approved Associate's degree or a regular Bachelor's degree, OR
Applicants must be enrolled in a health care program and show proof of acceptance into a higher learning institution.
Maintaining signature-images for verification purposes isn't exactly new, but some transport and package delivery companies are now taking and keeping signature-images as proof of acceptance upon receipt.
OnLine Taxes provides simple, straightforward 1040, 1040A & 1040EZ individual tax return program preparation online, e-files with the IRS and provides proof of acceptance by the IRS.
In addition, applicants must show proof of acceptance or full-time enrollment in an accredited college, university or technical school in an approved health care program and must be fluent in Chinese or Korean, in addition to English.