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    I was just told that my fee status was the EU/EEA one even though I have lived in England all of my life and completed all my education here so I assumed I would be paying the English fee rate. I am a dual British-Swiss national though, as are my parents, which I assume is why they gave me this fee status. In a way it's a good thing as I won't pay tuition fees, but I was wondering if anyone knows if this impacts on my eligibility of the maintenance loan and if I'm still able to apply for it or not?
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    (Original post by athena1)
    I was just told that my fee status was the EU/EEA one even though I have lived in England all of my life and completed all my education here so I assumed I would be paying the English fee rate. I am a dual British-Swiss national though, as are my parents, which I assume is why they gave me this fee status. In a way it's a good thing as I won't pay tuition fees, but I was wondering if anyone knows if this impacts on my eligibility of the maintenance loan and if I'm still able to apply for it or not?
    Im in the simular position and am very confused as to what this means.I live in the uk so does my mum - the parent with whome I live - Im feeling very lost
 
 
 
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