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  1. ferdinand99
    03-26-2014 09:23 PM - permalink
    ferdinand99
    Hello, i am new member here
  2. 904jax
    06-06-2009 10:49 AM - permalink
    904jax
    The prior poster offers a critique, but no specifics . That is because there are no bright line tests.



    For folks who are "emancipated" adults not receiving support from out-of-state parents, intent to establish residency, continuous physical residency and time are the most important factors. Registering to vote and obtaining a Colorado drivers license are objective, measurable manifestations of intent to establish residency in Colorado. I did not include automobile registration, because the original poster contemplated living without a car. Of course, if your sole purpose in moving to Colorado is to obtain “in-state” tuition, then you could have problems; in this case, the original poster's motivation to potentially relocate to Colorado was its agreeable climate, a seemingly valid reason to relocate.

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