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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 14. Education, Libraries, and Museums
- Chapter 43. Financial Aid Programs For Postsecondary Students
- Section 750. Eligibility.
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. Loan Terms, Limits, and Conditions.
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. Definitions. [Repealed, Sec. 18 Ch 54 SLA 1997].
AS 14.43.750. Eligibility.
- (a) A person may apply for and obtain a family education loan on behalf of a family member if
- (1) the borrower
- (A) is a resident of the state at the time of application for the loan; for purposes of this paragraph, a borrower
qualifies as a resident of the state if the borrower has been physically present in the state for at least one year
immediately before the time of application for the loan with the intent to remain indefinitely or, if not physically
present in the state, the borrower has not declared or established residency in another state, intends to return
permanently to the state, and the absence meets the requirements imposed under AS 14.43.125(a)(3)(C)(i) - (vi);
- (B) satisfies the requirements of AS 14.43.125
(a)(6) - (9);
- (2) the family member
- (A) is enrolled as a full-time student in a career education, associate, baccalaureate, or graduate degree program; or
- (B) is a graduate of a high school or the equivalent, or scheduled for graduation from a high school within six months,
who, at the time of loan disbursement, will be enrolled in compliance with (A) of this paragraph; and
- (3) neither the borrower nor the family member
- (A) is delinquent or has ever been in default on a loan previously awarded by the commission;
- (B) is past due on a child support obligation established by court order or by the child support services agency under AS
- 25.27.220 at the time of application or loan
- (C) has, within the previous five years, had a loan discharged or written off by the commission for any reason.
- (b) [Repealed, Sec. 26 ch 5 SLA 1996].
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