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Hello All,

 

I have a friend whose daughter was born in USA. After her born, my friend`s family moved to Canada. Now she is going to be a University Student and she is planning to attend University in USA.

My question is when she applies to University in USA, will she considered as a American Resident? She is attending high school in Canada.

 

If she is not considered American Resident then how can she get American Resident?

 

Please reply.

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So she is currently resides in Canada and will soon be moving to the US and will take up residency.

 

Presumably she has a US passport so doing so will not be an issue. 

 

She becomes resident in the US by moving to the US.


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