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Hello, My daughter receives PIP (higher rates for both) I read somewhere that she may be entitled to a higher maintenance loan?
She has been awarded the basic maintenance loan, she applied in March and uploaded her evidence for receipt of PIP at the time of applying. Hope you can help!
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Hello, My daughter receives PIP (higher rates for both) I read somewhere that she may be entitled to a higher maintenance loan?
She has been awarded the basic maintenance loan, she applied in March and uploaded her evidence for receipt of PIP at the time of applying. Hope you can help!
Hi Snowflakefairy, to receive the higher maintenance loan her parents must support her application unless she meets the independent student criteria http://ow.ly/q5mJ30oSfa5

If she is in receipt of PIP and provides evidence she could receive the special support element of the maintenance loan which increases it slightly.
Thanks, Isaac
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