If Your Parents Have a Business or Partnership

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Students whose parents have any interest or involvement in a partnership or corporation must submit additional documentation with their financial aid application. This is applicable if your parents file Page 2 of Schedule E, a 1065 form, or an 1120(s) form.

These documents are required from custodial parents, noncustodial parents, and stepparents who have any interest or involvement in a partnership or corporation.

Domestic Students

You are considered a domestic student if your parents live and earn their income in the U.S., or if you are an undocumented or DACA student who will or did graduate from a U.S. high school.

If you are a domestic student whose parents and/or stepparents (if applicable) have any interest or involvement in a partnership or corporation, you must submit the following additional information for all parents and stepparents as applicable: 2015 corporate or partnership federal income tax return and all Schedule K-1 forms used to file the tax return.

International Students

You are considered an international student if your parents do not file a U.S. tax return. Undocumented or DACA students who will or did graduate from a U.S. high school are considered domestic students.

If you are an international student whose parents and/or stepparents (if applicable) have any interest or involvement in a partnership or corporation, you must submit the following additional information for all parents and step-parents as applicable: certified income and expense documentation for calendar year 2015 on company letterhead.