Q: Who do I talk to to determine my state residency if I split time between two locations?
It will depend upon where you currently live and how long you have actually resided in that State as a matter of law. That may be a question for an immigration or tax attorney depending upon the facts.
There are both advantages and disadvantages when doing so. Sometimes, it is frustrating and ought to result in delayed action for immigration purposes.
If you are unsure about your state residency status because you split time between two locations, you may want to consult with an experienced tax professional or attorney who can help you determine your residency status.
Factors that may be considered when determining residency status include the amount of time you spend in each location, the purpose of your visits, where you maintain your primary residence, where you receive mail and conduct financial transactions, and where you are registered to vote and hold a driver's license.
State residency rules can vary, so it is important to consult with someone who is familiar with the laws in your specific state or states of residence. They can provide guidance and help you determine your residency status for tax and other purposes.
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