If a college student moves out of state for school and owns a car with his own policy must he get a policy in the new state or can he keep his policy?
The policy that the person already has will stay in effect. They must however notify the insurance carrier of the circumstances. In which case, the premiums might increase, depending on amount of use, milage driven, etc.
Three thousand (3,000) was the total student population at Bella Swan's school in Phoenix, Arizona. Of that number, over 700 students were in Bella's junior class. So it really is an experience in downsizing when Bella moves to Forks, Washington. Specifically, she becomes the 358th student at Forks High School.
If you are asking about a school principle and the papers for a student then I can provide an answer. Each child in the school has a file that follows them through school. This file contains examples of work, test scores, remarks from teachers, pictures of the student, student addresses, phone numbers, and family information. Because of the nature of the file they are kept locked up in the office. In addition to this file…
As long as your child does not have a vehicle with them ever when at school the many insurance companies allow for a large discount due to the fact that the child is not a regular driver. They are still a member of your household and should be on your policy in case they drive when at home or may drive when at home.
Does the parents' car insurance go up if their 18 year old child gets a driver's licence but moves away to another town for college?
If 2 people are on the deed and one moves out can the person who moved out be taken off the homeowners policy?
What do you do if your 17yr old moves out but is failing in school and not attending school will they lose their ssi due to parents receive ssdi?
in the state of Tennessee, you have to pay support until the child reaches 18 or graduates from high school, which ever is LONGER. In some cases, it will be in your child support order, you may have to pay until the child finishes college, sometimes laid out to be a 4 year college. if the child moves out, gets married, or drops out of school before 18 years old, you have to go through…
Typically, the associates degree is designed as a two year program of study as a full-time student provided the student takes the degree as prescribed by the college. However, because of the intensity of a program in nursing, and the prerequisites required, this program of study will usually take longer. I would say approximately two and a half to three years to complete if all goes well. It is strongly recommended that the student completes…
If the non custodial parent is on social security disability and the child is 18 or over and moves in with the non custodial parent to attend college will child support be required?
I don't want to give it all away but it's about finding out where to go for college, Gabriella moves, troy wants to take theater and basketball but be close to Gabriella...troy skips the prom to drive more than 1,000 to see Gabriella. 3 new kids are in the movie. Ashley and Ryan compete to go to the same college...ITS REALLY GOOD!!! I give it a 5 star...*****
When a student moves several times each school year, instuction is inconsistant and the student's grades suffer. Children learn best when instruction is provided in their native language. She'll need specialized instruction to overcome her learning disability. Without further instuction, I just don't feel qualified to run complete the project.
If you and your spouse are legally separated is the wife still covered under the health insurance until which time they are divorced?
As long as the premium is being paid on any person listed on a policy, that person is still covered. If one of the persons listed on the policy moves out of the "coverage area" (like out of the state) of the policy, it is possible that person could be excluded from coverage. Check with the insurance company for the details.