What are the residency requirements for Indiana?

Published 01/04/2007 01:09 PM   |    Updated 07/29/2013 09:32 AM

What are the residency requirements for Indiana?

Residency requirements for Indiana can fall into one of three general categories:

1. General purposes: Residency is established by registering to vote, enrolling a child in school, paying taxes, or living in the state for 183 days without a residence in another state. New residents of Indiana have 60 days to get an Indiana driver's license.

2. Educational purposes: Residency in regards to higher educational tuition is governed by university/ college admissions offices. For more information, contact your university/ college admissions office, the Indiana Commission for Higher Education, or the Indiana Commission on Proprietary Education.

3. Military status: You must have selected "home state" with your military payroll to be considered a state resident. For more information, contact your superiors in the military.

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