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 kupwarriors9
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Hi,

If you're a Canadian citizen (only lived/went to school in Canada), applying to US law schools, do I leave the visa type section blank on applications?
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 Stephanie Oswalt
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kupwarriors9 wrote: Tue Jan 11, 2022 9:41 pm Hi,

If you're a Canadian citizen (only lived/went to school in Canada), applying to US law schools, do I leave the visa type section blank on applications?
Hi kup,

Thanks for the post! If you don't have a Visa, then I would leave it blank. It shouldn't be required for now, but I would still check with the schools you're applying to and confirm if/when you need a Visa.

Thanks!

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