Are you or your spouse a dislocated worker?

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This is question 102 on the paper FAFSA.

This question cannot be left blank.

This question asks if either you or your spouse is a dislocated worker.

In general, a person may be considered a dislocated worker if he or she:

Except for the spouse of an active duty member of the Armed Forces, if a person quits work, generally he or she is not considered a dislocated worker even if, for example, the person is receiving unemployment benefits.

Select Yes if you or your spouse is a dislocated worker.

Select No if neither you nor your spouse is a dislocated worker.

Select Don’t know if you are not sure whether you or your spouse is a dislocated worker. You may contact the financial aid administrator at your college if you need help answering this question.

Note: If you answer Yes, the financial aid administrator at your college may require proof that you or your spouse is a dislocated worker.

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