Can you be a U.S. citizen without state/territory residency status?
Asked by awaytoolong (36) February 1st, 2007
I was just informed by a school in Washington State that I may not qualify as a resident anymore. I went to high school there, but have lived in WA for less than one, continuous year since I graduated in 1996. I've moved around as a volunteer and college student for the last 10 years and haven't established myself as a resident anywhere else. Does this mean I'm state-less?
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