SDN Members don't see this ad. (About Ads) I currently live in Oregon, yet due to some unforseen circumstances, I will be forced to leave and move to Midwest by July 1st (and spend at a little less than one year there). [it is not a matter of criminal charges/ court order or anything of the sort that might have affected my chances/red flagged my application] I was going to submit my app to AMCAS/AACOMAS in early June (when spring grades are posted to my school), and initially intended to claim Oregon as a home state. Losing OR residency means if I apply and accepted to OHSU I will never regain in-state tuition. However, the state I am moving to has a couple of instate schools with tuition significantly cheaper than OHSU Not applying to OHSU is obviously an option, however most of my extracurriculars are tailored for OHSU (as well as my age). Do I continue claiming OR residency (even though I will not come back to OR) or do I claim residency in new place (do I need to wait to submit until I physically move), even though I would have lived there a day or two at the time of submission?