1. An attorney not admitted to practice in the highest court of a State, Commonwealth, Territory or Possession, or the District of Columbia for the requisite three years, but otherwise eligible for admission to practice in this Court under Rule
.1, may be permitted to argue pro hac vice.
2. An attorney qualified to practice in the courts of a foreign state may be permitted to argue pro hac vice.
3. Oral argument pro hac vice is allowed only on motion of the counsel of record for the party on whose behalf leave is requested. The motion shall state concisely the qualifications of the attorney who is to argue pro hac vice. It shall be filed with the Clerk, in the form required by Rule
, no later than the date on which the respondent’s or appellee’s brief on the merits is due to be filed, and it shall be accompanied by proof of service as required by Rule