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I went through and entered the information on the fee-waiver screens and was conditionally approved because it never asked anything about whether I was a dependent, or about my parents or anything. Only after my account was put on hold, was I informed that I need to provide my parent's tax information if I am a dependent. I do not have my parents taxes available to me so I just sent in my taxes. I am not concerned about getting the waiver, even though I think I qualify. I am just wondering if this will result in them removing the hold and denying me or if I will continue to be on hold and they will want my parents tax information? Does anyone know?
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wannabelawstudent wrote:Your tax information will say if you're a dependent or not. If you're a dependent then you will probably need your parent's info, if not, then you wont.
I think LSAC will consider you dependent if FAFSA still does (for example, if you're in undergrad and under the age of 24, they want your parents' info.) I'm not 100% on that, though.
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