Questions: US citizen liviing on abroad with low income/first generation status


<li><p>US Citizen living abroad (School): International student or domnestic student?</p></li>
<li><p>If student's parents are highly educated but unemployed (low income), any disadvantage in admission process at Yale?</p></li>
<li><p>How does first generation status matter in admission process at Yale?</p></li>
<li><p>If my family is living in the United States (would it be better to put the address in the US or wherever i am currently residing (not in the US nor the country where i attended for high school -- traveling but I will be mostly staying in the US until December)? - any advantage or disadvantage regarding application process?</p></li>

<li> Viewed as a domestic (US) applicant</li>
<li> Depends on your school and the opportunities you’ve grown up with</li>
<li> Hunh? I thought they were highly educated? First generation means first to college, not first generation immigrant status</li>
<li>doesn’t matter.</li>

<p>I want to know how does first generation college student and low income family get treated in admission process. Please give me a specific example?</p>

<p>1st gen collegians and lower income families are assumed to come from environments where great schools and the focus on academics are less common. Therefore, it’s useful to the file readers to understand the context when these students apply.</p>