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Old May 18, 2010, 03:49 PM   #10
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Originally Posted by NavyLT
Applying the above example to outof-
State college students it is held,
that during the time the students actually
reside in a college dormitory or
at an off-campus location they are
considered residents of the State
where the dormitory or off-campus
home is located. During the time outof-
State college students actually
reside in their home State they are
considered residents of their home
The problem with that is that the OP has graduated and is no longer a student. I don't think there is any extension once you are out of school.
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