Shoaib Akhtar has been given the green light to team up with the Pakistan squad as his eligibility debate continues.
A Lahore court once again postponed a decision on whether Shoaib can play without paying an outstanding fine to the Pakistan Cricket Board.
"The judge was very busy today and he has given a new date," PCB lawyer Talib Rivi said.
"As far as I know, the PCB has allowed Shoaib to play international cricket in the national interest."
The PCB has sought a High Court ruling on whether the 'Rawalpindi Express' was able to represent Pakistan without paying a 7million Pakistan rupee ($89,000) fine.
Shoaib's inclusion comes after he guided the Islamabad Leopards to the semi-finals of a domestic Twenty20 competition.
Pakistan will compete in a four-nation Twenty20 tournament against Sri Lanka, Zimbabwe and hosts Canada.
Earlier this year, Shoaib had been handed a five-year ban by the PCB after he criticised the Pakistan selectors, something which was reduced to 18-months on appeal.