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    Reapplying for student finance for my second year at uni.

    So right now I've moved to uni and I'm living in halls, so technically home address is still in London. But I don't live there anymore because from July 1st I'll be living here in a flat (I'm permanently moving out after halls and living with partner).

    On the application do I have to just put it wrong, with my home address in London and saying that I live there, or do I (can I?) put my halls of residence and say living with partner because it's more accurate?

    Thanks in advance.
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    (Original post by TommyCT)
    Reapplying for student finance for my second year at uni.

    So right now I've moved to uni and I'm living in halls, so technically home address is still in London. But I don't live there anymore because from July 1st I'll be living here in a flat (I'm permanently moving out after halls and living with partner).

    On the application do I have to just put it wrong, with my home address in London and saying that I live there, or do I (can I?) put my halls of residence and say living with partner because it's more accurate?

    Thanks in advance.
    Unless you got married , you ll still count as dependent on your parents so you'll need to put your home address down but put not living in london and have a correspondence address i think.
 
 
 
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