* This form must be submitted by the priority deadline to ensure a determination of eligibility before the Fee Due Date. Students may still apply
for aid after the priority deadlines, but EFSC cannot guarantee that late submissions will be notified of aid eligibility prior to the Fee Due Date.
01/27/20
21V1D
FA Verification
2020-21 Dependent Student
Verification Form
V1 – Standard Verification Group
Your 2020-2021 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) was selected for review in a process called verification.
About 30% of all FAFSA filers are selected for verification, which requires the school to collect documentation to review
the accuracy of FAFSA information. EFSC cannot award federal financial aid until this worksheet is processed.
Priority Deadlines*: Fall 202007/23/20 | Spring 2021 – 11/30/20 | Summer 2021 – 04/22/21
A. Student Information
B#
Last Name First Name M.I. Student ID
B. Household Information
List below the people in your parent’s household. Include only the following:
Yourself.
Your parent(s) (including a stepparent) even if you do not live with your parent(s).
Your parent’s other children if your parent(s) will provide more than half of the children’s support from July
1, 2020, through June 30, 2021 or if the other children would be required to provide parental information if
they were completing a FAFSA for 2020-21. Include children who meet either of these standards, even if the
child does not live with your parents.
Other people if they now live with your parent(s) and your parent(s) provide more than half of the other
person’s support and will continue to provide more than half of that person’s support through June 30,
2021.
If you list below any dependents between the ages of 24 and 64, you must also submit the 2020-21
Household Dependents Form.
Full Name
Age
Relationship
College
(Enter only if household member will
be attending at least ½ time; Do not
include dual-enrolled high school
students )
Will be
Enrolled at
Least ½ Time?
(Yes or No)
Self Eastern Florida State College
If more space is needed, submit a separate page with your name and B number. EFSC may require additional
documentation if we have reason to believe the information regarding the household members is incomplete or
inaccurate.
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C. Student Income InformationYou must check only 1 box below.
I filed a 2018 IRS tax return.Go to Section #1 below.
I did not and will not file a 2018 IRS tax return. Go to Section #2 on page 3.
I was granted a tax extension, filed an amended return, was a victim of IRS tax-related identify theft, or filed a
non-IRS income tax return for 2018. Go to Section #3 on page 4.
1. STUDENT TAX RETURN FILERS (IRS FORM 1040)
The best way to verify income is by using the IRS Data Retrieval Tool (IRS DRT) that is part of FAFSA on the
Web at FAFSA.gov. Use of the IRS DRT is strongly recommended.
Check the box that applies:
I have used the IRS Data Retrieval Tool in FAFSA on the Web to transfer 2018 IRS income tax return
information into my FAFSA.
I have not yet used the IRS Data Retrieval Tool in the FAFSA, but will use the tool to transfer 2018 IRS
income tax return information into my FAFSA. Verification cannot be completed until the IRS
information has been transferred into the FAFSA.
I am unable or choose not to use the IRS Data Retrieval Tool in the FAFSA. I will submit to EFSC a 2018
IRS Tax Return Transcript or a signed copy of the 2018 IRS Form 1040 I filed with the IRS. You must
check one box below.
My 2018 IRS Tax Return Transcript is attached to this worksheet.
My 2018 IRS Tax Return Transcript will be submitted to EFSC later. Verification cannot be
completed until the IRS tax return transcript has been submitted to EFSC.
My signed copy of the 2018 IRS Form 1040 and applicable schedules I filed with the IRS is
attached to this worksheet.
My signed copy of the 2018 IRS Tax Form 1040 I filed with the IRS will be submitted to EFSC later.
Eligibility for aid cannot be determined until one of the IRS tax documents is received.
A 2018 IRS Tax Return Transcript may be obtained through:
Get Transcript ONLINE
Go to www.irs.gov and click on "Get Your Tax Record." Click on “Get Transcript Online.”
To use the new Get Transcript Online tool, the user must have (1) access to a valid email address,
(2) a text-enabled mobile phone (pay-as-you-go plans cannot be used) in the user’s name, and (3)
specific financial account numbers (such as a credit card number or an account number for a
home mortgage or auto loan).
The transcript displays online upon successful completion of the
IRS’s two-step
authentication.
Make sure to request the “IRS Tax Return Transcript” and NOT the “IRS Tax Account Transcript.”
Get Transcript by MAIL
Go to www.irs.gov and click on "Get Your Tax Record." Click on “Get Transcript by Mail.”
Make sure to request the “IRS Tax Return Transcript” and NOT the “IRS Tax Account Transcript.”
Paper Request Form
Complete IRS Form 4506-EZ and mail or fax to the IRS.
Do NOT request to have your transcript mailed directly to EFSC.
Please allow a minimum of 5-10 days to receive the transcript.
Go to Section D on page 5.
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2. STUDENT TAX RETURN NONFILERS
Complete this section if you will not file and are not required to file a 2018 federal income tax return with
the IRS.
Check the box that applies:
I was not employed and had no income earned from work in 2018.
I was employed in 2018 and have listed below the names of all employers, the amount earned from
each employer in 2018, and whether an IRS W-2 form is attached. You are required to submit a copy of
each W-2 that was issued. List every employer even if they did not issue an IRS W-2 form.
IRS W-2 Issued
by Employer
IRS W-2
Attached
2018 Amount Earned
Yes(example)
Yes(example)
$2,000.00(example)
Total Amount of Income Earned From Work
$
Go to Section D on page 5.
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3. STUDENT TAX FILERS WITH UNUSUAL CIRCUMSTANCES
If you are a tax filer with unusual circumstances for 2018, indicate below and submit all required documents
listed. Verification cannot be completed until all documents are submitted. Check the box that applies:
I was granted a filing extension by the IRS.
If you are required to file a 2018 IRS income tax return and have been granted a filing extension by the
IRS you must provide:
A copy of IRS Form 4868, ‘‘Application for Automatic Extension of Time to File U.S. Individual Income
Tax Return,’’ that was filed with the IRS for tax year 2018; AND
A copy of the IRS's approval of an extension beyond the automatic six-month extension; AND
Verification of Non-filing Letter (confirmation that the tax return has not yet been filed) from the IRS
or other relevant tax authority dated on or after October 1, 2019; AND
A copy of IRS Form W–2 for each source of employment income received for tax year 2018 and, if
self-employed, a signed statement certifying the amount of your Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) and
the U.S. income tax paid for tax year 2018.
I filed an amended IRS income tax return (1040X).
If you filed an amended IRS income tax return for tax year 2018 you must provide:
A 2018 IRS Tax Return Transcript (that will only include information from the original tax return and
does not have to be signed), or any other IRS tax transcript(s) that includes all of the income and tax
information required to be verified AND
A signed copy of the 2018 IRS Form 1040X, “Amended U.S. Individual Income Tax Return,” that was
filed with the IRS.
I am a victim of IRS tax-related identity theft.
If you were a victim of IRS tax-related identity theft you must provide:
A Tax Return DataBase View (TRDBV) transcript obtained from the IRS by calling the Identify
Protection Specialized Unit (IPSU) at 1-800-908-4490, or any other IRS tax transcript(s) that includes
all of the income and tax information required to be verified AND
A statement signed and dated by you indicating that you were a victim of IRS tax-related identity
theft and that the IRS is aware of the tax-related identity theft.
I filed a non-IRS income tax return.
A tax filer who filed an income tax return with Guam, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana
Islands, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands may provide a signed copy of
his or her income tax return that was filed with the relevant tax authority. However, if we question
the accuracy of the information on the signed copy of the income tax return, the tax filer must
provide us with a copy of the tax account information issued by the relevant tax authority before
verification can be completed.
A tax filer who filed an income tax return with the tax authority for American Samoa must provide a
copy of his or her tax account information.
A tax filer who filed an income tax return with tax authorities not mentioned above, i.e. a foreign tax
authority, and who indicates that he or she is unable to obtain the tax account information free of
charge, must provide documentation that the tax authority charges a fee to obtain that information,
along with a signed copy of his or her income tax return that was filed with the relevant tax
authority.
Go to Section D on page 5.
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D. Parent Income InformationYou must check only 1 box below.
NOTE: The instructions below apply to each parent included in the household in Section B of this worksheet.
Notify the Office of Financial Aid if your parents had a change in marital status after December 31, 2018.
My parent(s) filed a 2018 IRS tax return. Go to Section #1 below.
My parents(s) did not and will not file a 2018 IRS tax return. Go to Section #2 on page 6.
My parents(s) was/were granted a tax extension, filed an amended return, was a victim of IRS tax-related
identify theft, or filed a non-IRS income tax return for 2018. Go to Section #3 on page 7.
1. PARENT IRS TAX RETURN FILERS (IRS FORM 1040)
The best way to verify income is by using the IRS Data Retrieval Tool (IRS DRT) that is part of FAFSA on the
Web at FAFSA.gov. Use of the IRS DRT is strongly recommended.
Check the box that applies:
My parent(s) already used the IRS Data Retrieval Tool (DRT) in FAFSA on the Web to transfer 2018 IRS
income tax return information into my FAFSA
My parent(s) have not yet used the IRS Data Retrieval Tool in the FAFSA, but will use the tool to transfer
2018 IRS income tax return information into my FAFSA. Verification cannot be completed until the IRS
information has been transferred into the FAFSA.
My parent(s) are unable or choose not to use the IRS Data Retrieval Tool in the FAFSA. I will submit to
EFSC a 2018 IRS tax return transcript or a signed copy of the 2018 IRS Form 1040 my parent(s) filed
with IRS. You must check one box below.
My parents’ 2018 IRS Tax Return Transcript is attached to this worksheet.
My parents’ 2018 IRS Tax Return Transcript will be submitted to EFSC later. Verification cannot
be completed until the IRS tax return transcript has been submitted to EFSC.
My parent’s signed copy of the 2018 IRS Form 1040 and applicable schedules filed with the IRS is
attached to this worksheet.
My parent’s signed copy of the 2018 IRS tax form 1040 and applicable schedules filed with the
IRS will be submitted to EFSC later. Eligibility for aid cannot be determined until one of the IRS
tax documents is received.
A 2018 IRS Tax Return Transcript may be obtained through:
Get Transcript ONLINE
Go to www.irs.gov and click on "Get Your Tax Record." Click on “Get Transcript Online.”
To use the new Get Transcript Online tool, the user must have (1) access to a valid email
address, (2) a text-enabled mobile phone (pay-as-you-go plans cannot be used) in the user’s
name, and (3) specific financial account numbers (such as a credit card number or an account
number for a home mortgage or auto loan).
The transcript displays online upon successful
completion of the IRS’s two-step
authentication.
Make sure to request the “IRS Tax Return Transcript” and NOT the “IRS Tax Account Transcript.”
Get Transcript by MAIL
Go to www.irs.gov and click on "Get Your Tax Record." Click on “Get Transcript by Mail.”
Make sure to request the “IRS Tax Return Transcript” and NOT the “IRS Tax Account Transcript.”
Paper Request Form
Complete IRS Form 4506-EZ and mail or fax to the IRS.
Do NOT request to have your transcript mailed directly to EFSC.
Please allow a minimum of 5-10 days to receive the transcript.
Go to Section E on page 8.
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2. PARENT TAX RETURN NONFILERS
Complete this section if your parent(s) will not file and is/are not required to file a 2018 income tax return
with the IRS.
Check the box that applies:
Neither parent was employed and neither had income earned from work in 2018.
One or both parents was/were employed in 2018 and have listed below the names of all their
employers, the amount earned from each employer in 2018, and whether an IRS W-2 form is attached.
You are required to submit a copy of each W-2 that was issued. List every employer even if they did not
issue an IRS W-2 form.
IRS W-2 Issued
by Employer
IRS W-2
Attached
2018 Amount Earned
Yes(example)
Yes(example)
$2,000.00(example)
Total Amount of Income Earned From Work
$
Your parents(s) must submit an IRS Verification of Non-filing Letter. This applies even if your
parents earned zero income in 2018.
My parents’ 2018 IRS Verification of Non-filing Letter(s) is/are attached to this worksheet.
My parents’ 2018 IRS Verification of Non-filing Letter(s) will be submitted to EFSC later.
Verification cannot be completed until the IRS tax return transcript has been submitted to EFSC.
A 2018 IRS Verification of Non-filing Letter may be obtained through the following methods.
NOTE: if your parents have NEVER filed a tax return, they MUST use the Paper Request Form.
Get Transcript ONLINE
Go to www.irs.gov, click under the Tools heading, click "Get Your Tax Record.”
Click “Get Transcript Online.”
Make sure to request the “Verification of Non-Filing Letter.”
Get Transcript by MAIL
Go to www.irs.gov, click under the Tools heading, click "Get Your Tax Record.”
Click “Get Transcript by Mail.”
Make sure to request the “Verification of Non-Filing Letter.”
Paper Request Form
Complete IRS Form 4506-T and mail or fax to the IRS
Do NOT request to have your Verification of Non-Filing mailed directly to EFSC.
Please allow a minimum of 5-10 days to receive the Verification of Non-Filing.
Go to Section E on page 8.
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3. PARENT TAX FILERS WITH UNUSUAL CIRCUMSTANCES
If your parent(s) is/are a tax filer(s) with unusual circumstances for 2018, indicate below and submit all
required documents listed. Verification will not be completed until all required documents listed below are
submitted.
Check the box that applies:
I was granted a filing extension by the IRS.
If you are required to file a 2018 IRS income tax return and have been granted a filing extension by the
IRS you must provide:
A copy of IRS Form 4868, ‘‘Application for Automatic Extension of Time to File U.S. Individual Income
Tax Return,’’ that was filed with the IRS for tax year 2018; AND
A copy of the IRS's approval of an extension beyond the automatic six-month extension; AND
Verification of Non-filing Letter (confirmation that the tax return has not yet been filed) from the IRS
or other relevant tax authority dated on or after October 1, 2019; AND
A copy of IRS Form W–2 for each source of employment income received for tax year 2018 and, if
self-employed, a signed statement certifying the amount of your Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) and
the U.S. income tax paid for tax year 2018.
I filed an amended IRS income tax return (1040X).
If you filed an amended IRS income tax return for tax year 2018 you must provide:
A 2018 IRS Tax Return Transcript (that will only include information from the original tax return and
does not have to be signed), or any other IRS tax transcript(s) that includes all of the income and tax
information required to be verified AND
A signed copy of the 2018 IRS Form 1040X, “Amended U.S. Individual Income Tax Return,” that was
filed with the IRS.
I am a victim of IRS tax-related identity theft.
If you were a victim of IRS tax-related identity theft you must provide:
A Tax Return DataBase View (TRDBV) transcript obtained from the IRS by calling the Identify
Protection Specialized Unit (IPSU) at 1-800-908-4490, or any other IRS tax transcript(s) that includes
all of the income and tax information required to be verified AND
A statement signed and dated by you indicating that you were a victim of IRS tax-related identity
theft and that the IRS is aware of the tax-related identity theft.
I filed a non-IRS income tax return.
A tax filer who filed an income tax return with Guam, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana
Islands, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands may provide a signed copy of
his or her income tax return that was filed with the relevant tax authority. However, if we question
the accuracy of the information on the signed copy of the income tax return, the tax filer must
provide us with a copy of the tax account information issued by the relevant tax authority before
verification can be completed.
A tax filer who filed an income tax return with the tax authority for American Samoa must provide a
copy of his or her tax account information.
A tax filer who filed an income tax return with tax authorities not mentioned above, i.e. a foreign tax
authority, and who indicates that he or she is unable to obtain the tax account information free of
charge, must provide documentation that the tax authority charges a fee to obtain that information,
along with a signed copy of his or her income tax return that was filed with the relevant tax
authority.
Go to Section E on page 8.
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E. Certification and Signatures
Each person signing below certifies that all of the information reported is
complete and correct. The student and one parent whose information
was reported on the FAFSA must sign and date.
Student’s Original Signature (cannot be signed electronically) Date
Parent’s Original Signature (cannot be signed electronically) Date
F. Document Submission
You may submit this document by the following methods:
1.
EFSC DOCUMENT DROPBOX (RECOMMENDED)
Print and complete this document (including the original signatures), scan the document, and upload the
document via the Document Dropbox in myEFSC. Printers and scanners are available in EFSC’s open
computer labs and libraries.
2. IN PERSON
Submit your document in person at the Office of Financial Aid on any campus:
Cocoa
Building 11, Room 209
Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Palm Bay
Building 1, Room 117
Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Melbourne
Building 1, Room 137
Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Titusville
Building 3, Room 125
Monday through Wednesday, 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Thursday, 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
3. BY MAIL
Mail your document to the Office of Financial Aid on any campus:
Cocoa
Eastern Florida State College
Office of Financial Aid, C11-209
1519 Clearlake Road
Cocoa, FL 32922
Palm Bay
Eastern Florida State College
Office of Financial Aid, PB1-117
250 Community College Parkway
Palm Bay, FL 32909
Melbourne
Eastern Florida State College
Office of Financial Aid, M1-137
3865 N. Wickham Road
Melbourne, FL 32935
Titusville
Eastern Florida State College
Office of Financial Aid, T3-125
1311 N. US 1
Titusville, FL 32976
QUESTIONS?
Financial Aid Specialists are available at the campus locations listed above, by phone at 321-433-7339, and via e-mail at
finaid@easternflorida.edu.
Eastern Florida State College is committed to equal access/equal opportunity in its programs, activities, and employment.
For additional information, visit Eastern Florida State College: easternflorida.edu/go/equity.
WARNING: If you purposely give
false or misleading information,
you may be fined, sent to prison,
or both.
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