Where do I send my student finance evidence NI?
Return your forms or supporting documents to:
- Student Finance NI. Part-time Office. Ballee Centre. Ballee Road West. Ballymena. BT42 2HS.
- Student Finance Services. Non UK Team. Student Finance England. PO Box 89. Darlington. DL1 9AZ.
- Student Finance NI. Postgraduate Office. Ballee Centre. Ballee Road West. Ballymena. BT42 2HS.
How do I contact HMRC about student loans?
- England, Scotland and Northern Ireland: 0300 100 0611. Wales: 0300 100 0370. Overseas: +44 141 243 3660. Open Monday to Friday, 8am to 6pm.
- Grant overpayments: 0300 100 0629. Loan overpayments: 0300 100 0628.
- Grant and loan overpayments: 0300 100 0495.
- Student Loans Company. 100 Bothwell Street. Glasgow. G2 7JD.
How long does Student Finance NI take to process?
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You’ll need to create a student finance account if you’re a new student or sign into an existing account if you’re a returning student. It can take up to 6 weeks to process your application. You might have to provide extra evidence.
Will Student Finance send my birth certificate back?
When you first register with Student Finance, they’ll email you a reference number – keep hold of it. … If you don’t have one, you’ll need to send original documents (passport or birth certificate) to Student Finance. Just make sure you allow a few weeks to get them back.
How do I find my secret answer NI student finance?
As you’ve forgotten both your password and your secret answer, We need you to call us on 0300 100 0607 to reset your account details. When you call us, it’ll be helpful if you have your National Insurance number (if you have one). If you’ve remembered your password, select ‘Go back’ and enter it now.
Does student finance count as income UK?
Non-taxable income includes bursaries, grants and scholarships, other state benefits such as Child Tax Credits or Disability Living Allowance, plus interest from ISA savings accounts. And, perhaps most importantly, Student Loans do not count as taxable income in the UK.
What happens if you don’t pay your student loan UK?
Your loan and the repaying of it is handled by the Student Loans Company in the UK. You are legally obligated to make payments and, not doing so will permit the Student Loans Company to take legal action against you.
How do I contact student loans?
If you’re not sure who is your student loan servicer, you can call Federal Student Aid at 1-800-433-3243.
Does Student Finance inform DWP?
Will student funding affect my benefits? When you begin your studies, you must inform Job Centre Plus / the Department for Work and Pensions / Housing Benefit Office that you have started studying and you will need to notify them of your student income by providing your Student Finance England breakdown Letter.
How do I know if my student loan was approved?
Here’s how to check on your loan status: Federal student loans: To check your FAFSA status, you can log into your FAFSA account and look at the “My FAFSA” page. If your federal loans have been approved, check with your loan servicer for the disbursement status.
What happens if you make a mistake on student finance application?
I have applied for the wrong course or made a mistake on my application, what do I do? You can complete a CO1 form, this is provided by Student Finance and you will be able to amend the details on your application.
What evidence do I need to send to student finance?
You don’t need to send any evidence of household income when you first apply. Your parents and partner can simply provide their income and National Insurance Number. Later in the process, you might be asked to provide evidence like payslips or P60s to prove your parents’ or partner’s income.
Do you need proof of address for student finance?
You do not normally need to provide evidence of your residence at the time of applying, but SFE might ask you to provide it later. Examples of documents you could provide include a tenancy agreement, or payslips, or bank statements.
What is the deadline for student finance 2020?
All students should:
Apply as early as possible to make sure your finances are in place before your studies start. The deadline to apply is 22 May for new students and 19 June for returning students.