Dual Residency

Dual Residency

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    Dual Residency

    Are any of you, or do you know of anyone, who owns property and their wife/husband lives in one state and you work and reside in a different state and has a resident CCL for both states?


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    To the best of my knowledge, the only way someone is going to be able to do what your asking, is someone on military active duty. They are allowed to maintain their residence in their home of record, and are treated as a resident of the state they are stationed in.
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    I was under the assumption that if you own property in South Carolina you can get a permit there and have one in your first home . Not sure if i read it right or not .
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    Quote Originally Posted by archer51 View Post
    To the best of my knowledge, the only way someone is going to be able to do what your asking, is someone on military active duty. They are allowed to maintain their residence in their home of record, and are treated as a resident of the state they are stationed in.
    That is correct I think too but I'm retired now so doesn't matter!

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    You are a resident of one state or the other, not both. Owning property does not a resident make. Living on said property in a permanent abode does. Since you didn't state which states are involved, your best bet is one accepted by both.
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    You are only a resident of one state at a time. Yes, if you own property in South Carolina you can get a SC permit, but it is a non-resident permit. (And the only way to get a non-resident SC permit is to own property in the state.) If you own property in two states you have to pick one as your residence. Typically it will be the state on your driver's license.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldVet View Post
    You are a resident of one state or the other, not both. Owning property does not a resident make. Living on said property in a permanent abode does. Since you didn't state which states are involved, your best bet is one accepted by both.
    Unfortunately I reside in OR.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Echo_Four View Post
    You are only a resident of one state at a time.
    I've heard that for years but never seen it in writing. Is this one those things that "everybody knows"?

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    There are a few ways that you can come to the determination. Without spending a lot of time looking for specific statutes for individual states I'll just say that using google and searching for residency requirements for a particular state will show you what is required to claim residency in that state. It is common for one of the requirements to be that you have been or will be residing in the state for more than six months (or 183 days depending on wording). It is also common for states to require you to turn over any driver's license or ID card from your previous state before being given new cards for that state.

    You can be a resident of two states for tax purposes- but unless you're in a unique situation you don't want to do that and it isn't likely to help much for what you're trying to do. Though I do know that in Oregon showing a tax return filed with the county you're applying for the CCW in can be enough to show residence. In the end your best bet is probably to aim for a non-resident permit or claiming residence of a state that will issue a permit honored by both states.
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    Read post Number 11 in this thread: Multi State Residence?

    It is the definitive answer to all state residency questions by a world-renowned tax expert.

    There are several other excellent posts in that same thread. Read it, study it, test at 11:00.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rock and Glock View Post
    Read post Number 11 in this thread: Multi State Residence?

    It is the definitive answer to all state residency questions by a world-renowned tax expert.

    There are several other excellent posts in that same thread. Read it, study it, test at 11:00.
    Hey that dude has an avatar just like yours!

    Thanks, good info.
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    Living in OR is not a bad thing. Non resident permit for WA is shall issue. It's a little harder to get a non resident in Oregon but I have one so it can be done. If CA is your problem then for now you are screwed. That may or may not change soon.

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    You live in one state and it does not matter where you work. I live in LA but work crime & accident scenes in TX and AR. My LA permit works in the other states I may work in and my commission works in LA as well as my CCW..
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    I know that every time I was issued another state's DL, they took my old state's DL.
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    You could establish residence on Mars. I hear all the other states honor their permits.
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