Fee waiver available for the LSAT: Open to undocumented youth with DACA


If you are planning to apply to law schools and need to take the Law School Admission Test (LSAT), but are unable to pay for the test, you may be eligible to receive a fee waiver.

To qualify for a fee waiver, you must:

  • be a US, Canadian, or Australian citizen;
  • be a US national;
  • be a permanent resident alien of the United States with an Alien Registration Receipt Card (I–151 orI–551);
  • have been granted deferred action under Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA); or
  • have applied for deferred action under DACA.

Note: “The basic criterion for receiving a waiver is the absolute inability to pay for the LSAT and Credential Assembly Service (CAS).”

For more information and to apply for a fee waiver, please visit their official website: Fee waivers for the LSAT & Credential Assembly Service


Don’t miss out on the latest resources available for undocumented students, make sure to “like” our page on Facebook. Please consider donating to our platform so we can provide more information and resources to help undocumented students and their families. Any amount helps!

logo3ver2At My Undocumented Life we provide up-to-date information and resources for undocumented immigrants and allies. We post scholarship opportunities that are open to undocumented students, strategies for navigating the educational system, information on how to apply for DACA/Advance Parole, news on DAPA, and much more. Most importantly, we want to provide a sense of community to our diverse group of readers. Learn more about our work here: “About Us

Subscribe to My Undocumented Life (it's free!)

Enter your email to subscribe to notifications from this site

Categories: Grad School Funding

Tags: , , ,

6 replies

  1. If any DACA/U-Visa students needs help writing an LSAC Fee Waiver Appeal packet, I just sent mine in September and found it was approved yesterday! (It’s a process! but well worth it!)

  2. Do you know if there’s something like this for the GRE?

Leave a Reply

%d bloggers like this: