This is a discussion on Confused and need advice within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Bank in TX, pay some bills and keep the reciepts with the TX return address and your name on them, continue to vote in TX, ...
Bank in TX, pay some bills and keep the reciepts with the TX return address and your name on them, continue to vote in TX, and keep your DL for TX, and you'll have no need for a WA CCW.
Special note: Do NOT start paying 'in state' tuition in WA, or this will be in direct conflict with your purpose for not becoming a WA resident...I'm just sayin'...
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Well since Seattle University is private it won't make difference "in state or out of state"
Thanks, tbrenke I'll drop you a line when I settle in WA.
Have all bills for anything (rent, utilities, etc.) sent to the Texas address. Keep the same bank as in Texas, and use your ATM/Debit card to pay things, if you need to use cash.
I worked out of state for years, and that is what I always did.
Do not have any bills sent to Washingtion until your wife is about to arrive, and has shut down things in Texas. Use a Post Office box initially, until you are sure where you will be living (you bought a house), and even then if either of your work requires travel, keep using it.
George H. Foster