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Law of domicileViews: 737
Jan 18, 2009 12:56 pmLaw of domicile#

7 Th Thinking Hat
What is the law of domicile?

Several people change jobs or are transferred by their employers and move places.The children spend less than 10 years in each state? Then what will be the state of domicile for them?

If the status of domicile adversely affect higher education of the children then is not the domicile law against the fundamental right of a citizen to move freely and live in any place in India?

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Jan 19, 2009 2:29 pmre: Law of domicile#

Marielena Alvarez
We have this problem too with migrant farm workers who qualify in one state but are often in another state for health care needs. Portability is an issue and perhaps should be universal in the United States.

An issue too for college students who may have divorced parents who live in different states, and should qualify for in-state tuition in either state where their parents reside. We are wondering about that for Olivia, Andy's daughter, who has a mother living in New Zealand and we live in Maryland (United States). She should qualify for in-state tuition if she chooses a college in MD. Currently she lives apart from her mother in New Zealand but is considering a move to Maryland to continue her education.

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