That's perfect because you'll bring proof of enrollment with you to court, the program won't tell the court, you will.
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It is your responsibility to inform the court that you have enrolled either by appearing in court on or before May 6. Speak to your attorney to determine whether you have to appear if it's filed before then.
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Showing proof to the court is YOUR responsibility, nobody else is going help the court "find out". Programs often have a "wait list", or some built in delay before formally accepting enrollment. Waiting till the last minute could get you in hot water. My advice: Don't delay!