No. If you cannot answer yes to any of the dependency questions, then your parent(s) information must be provided.
Once your FAFSA is complete and the school has received the ISIR (the electronic form of the SAR (Student Aid Report)) then you can submit an appeal to the financial aid office concerning using your parents income in the determination of your EFC (Expected Family Contribution). However, unless there are extenuating circumstances (such as a parent is incarcerated or institutionalized, etc) an appeal you most likely be denied; they won't approve an appeal just because you don't want to use your parent(s) income information.
You should talk to a financial aid officer at your school for more information/guidance. Good luck!
no see the fafsa people are really mean they will only consider you an independent if you are married or are of 22 years or more
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