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    I have just moved into my own house and am in my last year at uni.

    I changed my address and noticed that my loan amount went up.

    On the question called 'where will you be - term time' I have put away from the parental home, as I am living in my own house!

    I have a feeling that this might not be allowed? Can anybody help?
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    That sounds honest and accurate to me. You're living in your own home, so you're living away from the parental home during term time and during holidays. I'm sure SF don't expect everyone's circumstances to stay the same throughout their course. You've told the truth so I can't see anything to worry about.
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    I don't see why it wouldn't be allowed. It's not as if you've put you're living elsewhere when you're living at home.
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    (Original post by Klix88)
    That sounds honest and accurate to me. You're living in your own home, so you're living away from the parental home during term time and during holidays. I'm sure SF don't expect everyone's circumstances to stay the same throughout their course. You've told the truth so I can't see anything to worry about.

    Thanks for the reply, that is what I am hoping. A little unsure only because I had a letter about grant eligibility assessment and SF said it was based on my parental income as opposed to mine and my partner's household income..

    But I am not living in my 'parental home' regardless so hopefully this should be okay. Thanks again
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    (Original post by hazabella)
    Thanks for the reply, that is what I am hoping. A little unsure only because I had a letter about grant eligibility assessment and SF said it was based on my parental income as opposed to mine and my partner's household income..
    You would have to be over 25 or self supporting for 3 years for it to be based on your partners income.
 
 
 
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