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Old May 18, 2010, 03:49 PM   #10
EOD Guy
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Quote:
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
State.
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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