Scholarships are an excellent way for families to help cover the costs of education. In some cases, a family may be eligible for a scholarship for two of their children. To qualify for the scholarship, a family must meet certain criteria and provide a Parent Declaration. This article will discuss the eligibility requirements and the information needed for the Parent Declaration.
Family Eligibility for Scholarship
In order to qualify for the scholarship, a family must meet certain criteria. The primary criteria is that the family must have two girl children only. The girls must be the only children in the family and they must be of school age. Additionally, the family must meet certain financial criteria, such as an income level below the poverty line.
The family must also provide proof of residence and proof of guardianship. This can be done by providing a copy of the family’s lease or deed, as well as a birth certificate or guardianship document.
Parent Declaration Requirements
The Parent Declaration is a form that must be filled out and signed by the parent or guardian of the two girl children. The form requires the parent or guardian to provide information about their family, such as their name, address, and income.
The parent or guardian must also provide information about the two girl children, such as their names, ages, and schools they attend. Additionally, the parent or guardian must sign the form, indicating that the information they have provided is accurate and that they are responsible for the two girl children.
The Parent Declaration must be signed in the presence of a notary public in order to be valid. The notary public must witness the signature and sign the form as well.
In order to qualify for a scholarship for two girl children only, a family must meet certain criteria and provide a Parent Declaration. The Parent Declaration must be filled out and signed by the parent or guardian in the presence of a notary public. This form provides important information about the family and the two girl children and is necessary for the family to receive the scholarship.