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Our notices generally state the following: the purpose of the letter; any action we plan to take or decision we’ve made and the reason; any change in your benefit status or payment amount and the starting date of the change; any action you should take; what you should do if you disagree with the decision; and how to contact us.The Arizona Assurance Program is an invitation-only program.If you meet all the stated eligibility requirements below, you will be invited to have your parent submit a Resource Evaluation which will be used in conjunction with your 2018-2019 FAFSA for Arizona Assurance conditional selection.The invitation to complete the Resource Evaluation with complete instructions will be emailed to your official UA email and will be posted in both your Next Steps Center and UAccess Student Center To Do List.Whenever we send you a notice, it is because there is something you should know or do about your claim, benefit status or benefit amount.

*All requests from OSFA will appear in your UAccess Student Center To Do List in addition to being sent via email to your official UA email address.

If you move to a new job, your current entitlement to FIS will cease and you must notify the FIS section. If you lose your job you are no longer entitled to FIS. You cannot get FIS if you are on one of the following schemes or social welfare payments: Your spouse, civil partner or cohabitant can claim FIS while you are getting one of these payments.

However an Increase for a Qualified Adult (IQA) will no longer be paid and your social welfare payment will be assessed as income for their FIS payment.

Under EU regulations you may be able to claim FIS if your children are living abroad and dependent on you.

Generally the payment continues for one year (52 weeks) and is not affected by, for example, an increase or a decrease in earnings.

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We use notices to tell you our decisions, inform you of your rights and responsibilities, and describe what you can do if you disagree with our decisions.