What Outstanding Declaration Form NSFAS Status Means
Todays latest NSFAS News – Are you a NSFAS applicant who has been curious as to what your student funding application status means when it says “Outstanding Declaration Form’? Here is what that status means and what you can do about it.
NSFAS has said that if you indicated that you have a legal guardian, you need to provide them with the “court-appointed legal guardianship” document or submit a Non-SASSA declaration form signed by a social worker.
The form is available and can be downloaded from the NSFAS website.
NSFAS requires personal information from agencies relating to the employment status and level of income of the parents or guardians of the applicant.
Additionally, according to NSFAS spokesperson, Kagisho Mamabolo, the bursary scheme has relocated and officially opened its new Student-Centre at the KPMG building in the Cape Town CBD by the Foreshore area last week.
It’s official. Students will have easy access to our Student Centre. Our friendly consultations will only resume face to face consultations as soon as the new site is operational.
Students can find the new NSFAS centre at 4 Christiaan Barnard Street in the Cape Town City Centre. The Centre will be open Monday to Friday from 8h30am until 5pm.
So if you are a NSFAS student funding applicant who has any additional queries relating to your application status but has no access to online resources, you can opt to visit their student centre.
NSFAS applicants have also been advised to log onto their myNSFAS account and check their NSFAS application status on there in order to register.
NSFAS has said, “NSFAS portal is continuously updated, students are encouraged to visit the portal daily to check their results”.