Thanks for your replies
According to eduPass website, it says international students are not eligible for the US government aid programs but it says that many schools will ask international students to submit a FAFSA so that they may use the data for assessing financial need. So I'd have to file one for Columbia.
Columbia is need-blind to Canadians and Canadian permanent residents, so I don't have to worry about that stuff unlike other univs. And as sueinphilly said they'll meet my need.. I just have to get in
Yeah, he doesn't have any employees under him, he only owns
the building under the corporation and thats all.. So I guess it counts as our asset nevertheless..
ok yea so eveything will be counted.. it kinda sucks then. The Korean condos worth more than stuff in Canada.. like $500k/700k ish. Does anyone know how much assets affect financial aid? how much aid do you think I will be getting?