When applying for an LSAC fee waiver...

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Blahh_Blahh
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When applying for an LSAC fee waiver...

Postby Blahh_Blahh » Thu May 19, 2011 7:02 pm

I'm really ignorant about this stuff as of now so bear with me.

Do they make you report your parents' income when applying for the fee waiver? Because if so, there's no way I'll get it.

But if they only consider the income of unemployed me and my next-to-nothing savings, there may be a chance.

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Re: When applying for an LSAC fee waiver...

Postby horrorbusiness » Thu May 19, 2011 7:15 pm

depends, are you considered a dependent?

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Re: When applying for an LSAC fee waiver...

Postby Bobeo » Thu May 19, 2011 9:33 pm

horrorbusiness wrote:depends, are you considered a dependent?


Not the OP, but if I were a dependant what are my chances?

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Re: When applying for an LSAC fee waiver...

Postby HOPEFORCHANGE » Thu May 19, 2011 11:55 pm

If you are dependent, probably not that good unless your parents don't make a lot of money. If you're below whatever it is to qualify, it's pretty easy to get it. In fact if you just filled it out online now it would tell you if you were "provisionally approved," which basically means you're approved as long as they get a copy of the tax forms they request.

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Re: When applying for an LSAC fee waiver...

Postby aaaaaah » Fri May 20, 2011 1:17 pm

Were you born after 1988? If so, they will look at your parents' income.




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