So, I was accepted to a well-known state school for my post bacs, and even though I have been living here for over 12 months, of course I didn't get my drivers license until a few months ago. And now I am having residency issues in proving my residency to the school. This will make tuition cost 5K instead of $900 for the semester. I've sent them plane tickets, letters from employers, receipts, in person cash deposit slips to the bank, letters and banking materials with address on it. But what I can't show them is my car registration dating to 12 months, and my drivers license and voters card dating back. I only finally decided to get this stuff before the election around September. Anyway, since there was a writers strike this year, not the best time to layout extra funds and with 2 kids, bla bla bla. So, I'm enrolled for 8 credits, working FT, have the perfect schedule set up, have it all together, books go on sale tomorrow, and now I might very well have to put this off for a semester, which equals a year when it boils out to MCAT timing. At 35, it's annoying. Considering I have 2 kids here, enrolled in schools, and more family ties than I care to show, I'm clearly not in my state for the purpose of going to school. It's quite awful. I've spoken to the residency director, and was told to submit anything I could. So i did. And sent more in Friday upon being asked for more. I will continue to send docs in, I don't care if it's a .99 newspaper purchase. Seems I am such a clear cut case, it's kinda annoying. Any similiar experiences here in the non-trad area? I even have notarized letters from family members to this effect. And still it seems they want more info.... Ugh, D712 p.s. no more student loans until med school. I just won't. went to undergrad at an Ivy and federal undergrad loans are maxed at 50Kish.