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    Junior Member whitetwist is on a distinguished road
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    do you have to stay with parents?

    i really dont want to because i cant stand my mil. any cheap way of housing while waiting for bto?

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    It depends on you and your husband if you want to stay with your parents. Try talking things out first.

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    If a plan covers children, they can be added or kept on the health insurance policy until they turn 26 years old.

    Children can join or remain on a plan even if they are:
    #married
    #not living with their parents
    #attending school
    #not financially dependent on their parents
    #eligible to enroll in their employer’s plan

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    it actually depends on you and your hubby. we stayed with them for a couple of months before living on our own. it was actually a good experience since we got to know each other more. for a cheap way of housing, i guess you can rent a small place while waiting for you bto.

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    It totally depends on your choice, whether you want to be with them or not. Don't forgive if you are leaving your parents. Same thing your children will do with you so how would you feel then!!

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    if your in-laws want for you to stay for several months then I think you and your partner should decide upon it together.

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    You can go rent cheap apartment area to solve your problem.

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    Can try renting a one room studio to stay together while waiting for your flat.

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    if you are uncomfortable staying with your in-laws, you can rent a small apartment or a cheap condo while waiting for your BTO.

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    it depends on you and your partner. we stayed with them for a while, while we're waiting for our house to be done.

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    for a short while, i guess. so that you can bond with your in-laws.

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    hmm. we haven't really talked about it yet. but if we both feel comfortable enough, staying with the in-laws will be just fine.

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    it depends on you and your husband's decision. some families find it compulsory to live with the in-laws for a while though.

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    no. if you dont want to, you can rent an apartment..

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    if you have the budget for renting an apartment, then you can live in the apartment temporarily

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