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    I am a British citizen and have dual nationality. I got to a boarding school in England. However my parents who also have dual nationality do not live in England and would not have their salries taxed here. I was wondering how I could provide evidence of household income when applying for grants. Any advice would be welcomed. Thanks
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    grants?
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    You won't qualify for any funding if you are only here for education. Being a British citizen is largely irrelevant, it is living in the UK that matters. Unless your parents can show peoof of short term contracts then you won't qualify for anything.
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    (Original post by balotelli12)
    You won't qualify for any funding if you are only here for education. Being a British citizen is largely irrelevant, it is living in the UK that matters. Unless your parents can show peoof of short term contracts then you won't qualify for anything.
    I am not just here for education. I was born here and have a home here. What evidence do tjey require you to provide?
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    that your parents job is a short term contract. If it isn't you won't be considered a uk student
 
 
 
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