Citizenship Status and Title IV Aid Eligibility

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Duration: 90 minutes
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At what point in the citizenship process do students and parents who are immigrants qualify for Title IV aid, and how is this eligibility documented? Is a limited passport acceptable documentation of citizenship or U.S. national status? What is the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Office's SAVE process (formerly G845) for confirming eligible noncitizen status? How should schools award Title IV aid to a student who becomes eligible during the year? Join Susan Shogren, NASFAA Certification Manager, for this webinar as we explore these questions and others related to citizenship status submitted to NASFAA's AskRegs service. You'll have full access to the webinar archive and handout, as well as access to the Most Frequently Asked Questions document compiled from questions submitted by attendees during the live webcast. This FAQ document includes a special supplement related to the DHS-SAVE System, with answers provided by Marya Dennis, DHS-SAVE System Super User for the U.S. Department of Education. 


Susan Shogren

Susan Shogren, Presenter
Certification Manager

Kochie Vaughan

Kochie Vaughan, Moderator
Regulatory Specialist


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