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Hello, I have a quick question. So since when I am considered a resident? I moved to Texas from Peru about a year ago. I got an appointment for my green card interview but I was wondering that if I will be considered a resident when my card is processed or from August 2019  until now. This is for school purposes. Thanks

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7 minutes ago, Cristopher said:

Hello, I have a quick question. So since when I am considered a resident? I moved to Texas from Peru about a year ago. I got an appointment for my green card interview but I was wondering that if I will be considered a resident when my card is processed or from August 2019  until now. This is for school purposes. Thanks

You are a resident the date the green card is issued. The date will be on the green card .


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As others have stated, it is based on when green card is actually printed. When my wife did her AOS interview it was the 4th of the month, card was printed with the 5th as her resident since date( Got lucky it was printed so fast) had it in hand exactly 7 days after interview.


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51 minutes ago, Cristopher said:

Hello, I have a quick question. So since when I am considered a resident? I moved to Texas from Peru about a year ago. I got an appointment for my green card interview but I was wondering that if I will be considered a resident when my card is processed or from August 2019  until now. This is for school purposes. Thanks

Two very different things.  Residency for state ID purposes,  residency for tuition purposes,  and residency for immigration purposes are very different things and likely have three different dates


YMMV

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Is your question about in state tuition? if that's the case, it varies by states but in general once you have your green card, you have to work for  12 months in that state to be considered resident in order to get in state tuition.

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~~MOved to Moving Here and Your New Life, form AOS FAmily - as the OP already has the GC and is asking about school.~~


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5 hours ago, WOOSH said:

Is your question about in state tuition? if that's the case, it varies by states but in general once you have your green card, you have to work for  12 months in that state to be considered resident in order to get in state tuition.

Even different campuses within the same state university system can have different answers to this.


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10 hours ago, Cristopher said:

Hello, I have a quick question. So since when I am considered a resident? I moved to Texas from Peru about a year ago. I got an appointment for my green card interview but I was wondering that if I will be considered a resident when my card is processed or from August 2019  until now. This is for school purposes. Thanks

It depends on your school policy. You should ask them. I am also from Peru. My fiancé and I have a pending K1 visa process so we know it will take a while for me to get a green card. The law school in Kansas that I want to attend gave a list of situations in which in state tuition could apply in my case (for example, marrying someone that lives in Kansas (over a 12 month period), to own a property, etc).

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On 7/31/2020 at 9:04 AM, Loren Y said:

As others have stated, it is based on when green card is actually printed. When my wife did her AOS interview it was the 4th of the month, card was printed with the 5th as her resident since date( Got lucky it was printed so fast) had it in hand exactly 7 days after interview.

Interview for Greencard?  

My wife has been here 5 years now, never had one interview for a Greencard.  She has her 10 year GC.

 

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On 7/31/2020 at 9:04 AM, payxibka said:

Two very different things.  Residency for state ID purposes,  residency for tuition purposes,  and residency for immigration purposes are very different things and likely have three different dates

Add another one .. residency for tax purposes can be different as well 

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1 hour ago, Allovertheworld said:

Interview for Greencard?  

My wife has been here 5 years now, never had one interview for a Greencard.  She has her 10 year GC.

 

Depends on the process each applicant is going through and when it took place .. used to be that the  interview requirement for AOS from K1, ROC were often waived. Not so now. This highlights the problems with taking our own personal experiences and thinking that others will go through the same as we did. 

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2 hours ago, Allovertheworld said:

Interview for Greencard?  

My wife has been here 5 years now, never had one interview for a Greencard.  She has her 10 year GC.

 

Lucky her..  but times have changed.   May 2018 is when the policy on interviews was changed 


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