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State Residency

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technically, you're a resident of the place where your primary address is. where you file taxes. have ou applied for aid throughfafsa before? what state did you put down as residence?

I doubt it would be too hard to convince florida you're aa resident there eithertho because of all the documentation you have. it depends how strict they're going to be with determining residency.
 

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I'm in a similar situation. I think it's where your permanent address is at the moment, and on your fafsa. That's just what I understood, not totally sure though.
 
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