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Beginning July 13, 2021, and for the remainder of 2021-22 FAFSA processing, the U.S. Department of Education is waiving most FAFSA verification requirements. Your school is still required to review conflicting information either on your FAFSA or in other school records and may still require verification. If you have submitted verification documentation, KHEAA is currently working through the files and will notify you by email within the next 10 business days if there is conflicting information in your file and additional action is required. You may also check the KHEAA Verify system to see your verification status.

KHEAA Verify

Every year the U.S. Department of Education selects random FAFSA applications for a process called verification and requires schools to confirm the information on the FAFSA. Florida Memorial University has partnered with KHEAA Verify to guide students through the verification process from start to finish.

You can find all verification documents by signing in at KHEAA Verify. All forms and documentation should be completed and submitted to KHEAA Verify as soon as possible. KHEAA Verify will contact you if the documents received are incomplete or if more information is needed to complete the process. Students and parents should contact KHEAA Verify with questions about the receipt of their documents or the status of their verification. Call 1.855.272.8771 to speak with a member of the KHEAA Verify team.

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