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Hi, there's a good chance I'll be heading to one of the SUNY's this fall. I applied as a NY resident, but I am one of those applicants with a more complicated background than a "traditional" NY resident(grew up in Conn., parents moved out to California).

I was just curious to know if you were all CLEARLY asked for documents (e.g. lease contract, dmv paperwork, voters registration, etc.) before they billed you. Or were you billed in-state tuition automatically if they have on their admissions file that you applied as a NY state resident.

Any help or advice would be appreciated. Thanks!
 
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