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Do I qualify for a PLUS Loan?
As a parent, you should:
Provide a valid Social Security Number
Pass a credit check
Either be a natural, or step or adoptive parent of a dependent undergraduate student
Be a citizen of the U.S. or eligible non-citizen
Does my child qualify for a PLUS loan?
Your child must:
Be less than 24 years
Be a citizen of the U.S. or an eligible non-citizen
Be an undergraduate student who attends school at least half-time
Be an undergraduate student who is attending school at least half-time
Not have any dependents
Have a valid Social Security Number
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