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  • Meg1022
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    Sorry, if I would have looked at it again I might have realized that! LOL Thank you for helping me though.. I appreciate it.

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  • cyjeff
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    The mad and sad part is my signature.

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  • Meg1022
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    Thanks for the help.. I wasn't mad or sad just trying to figure out a way to go to school and check up on what I was told.. but again thank you for letting me know..

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  • cyjeff
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    Since you passed the age of 18, you have been emancipated.

    For financial aid, the age is 24. Everyone in college is legally emancipated.

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  • Meg1022
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    Am I eligible for emancipation? Florida

    I am 20 yrs old and wanting to go to college, but everytime I try to apply for financial aid, regardless of grants, scholarships, or loans they tell me I am not eligible until my parents file their taxes, because I am leagally dependent on them until I am 24.. they haven't, nor do I think they will for some time. Someone reccommended emancipation to me and I was curious to know if that was even an option or if I will have to wait until I am 24 or try to get a loan some other way.. any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you..
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