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Old May 29, 2017, 03:55 PM   #32
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Neither a copy of a lease nor a check stub is a government document. That seems to be a clear requirement.

Can you actually define a 9 month stay while being employed from out of state as an attempt to "make a home there"?
Making a home requires some kind of investment, living on property you own, or looking for property to buy, maybe? Does he have any intention to spend time in that state after the job he is doing is over? Will he spend a few months at his second home every year? It seems one must show an intent to make it a "home" in order to be a resident. Will he pay the state income tax? No because he is an out of state employee. If he was a resident he would be liable for the state taxes.
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