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Don,

As I've said elsewhere, the micro entity discount benefits primarily the universities who can claim such benefit for all of their applications, not just 5 max for qualifying individuals (who may also find trying to qualify for micro entity to be a "not so trivial" challenge). So much for the "bone thrown" by the AIA (the Abominable Inane Act).

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