Is a 19-year old covered under the principal applicant’s loan?
The age limit of dependent children (for immigration purposes) is under 22 (as of October 24, 2017). While a person who is 18 or older may qualify for their own loan, they may be covered under the immigration loan for the principal applicant if they are:
- under 22 (that is, 21 or younger), and
- travelling as part of a family unit
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