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    Hello,

    On the dependants section of the parent support form it states that the student being supported is classed as a dependant, as well as any other children of the parent.

    Now I currently have two siblings also living at home with myself and my parents, one of them is in secondary school and the other is 19 years old and is currently working and earning above minimum wage.

    I'm assuming the sibling at secondary school is classed as a dependant and my other sibling who is currently working is NOT a dependant. Am I correct?

    Thanks.
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    (Original post by samcp21)
    I'm assuming the sibling at secondary school is classed as a dependant and my other sibling who is currently working is NOT a dependant. Am I correct?
    Yes you're correct
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    Yes you're correct
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