RCW 77.08.075 - 'Resident' defined
|Cite as:||RCW 77.08.075|
|Currency:||Current through Chapter 37, 2017 Third Special Session|
For the purposes of this title or rules adopted under this title, "resident" means:
(1) A natural person who has maintained a permanent place of abode within the state for at least ninety days immediately preceding an application for a license, has established by formal evidence an intent to continue residing within the state, is not licensed to hunt or fish as a resident in another state or country, and is not receiving resident benefits of another state or country.
(a) For purposes of this section, "permanent place of abode" means a residence in this state that a person maintains for personal use.
(b) A natural person can demonstrate that the person has maintained a permanent place of abode in Washington by showing that the person:
(i) Uses a Washington state address for federal income tax or state tax purposes;
(ii) Designates this state as the person's residence for obtaining eligibility to hold a public office or for judicial actions;
(iii) Is a registered voter in the state of Washington; or
(iv) Is a custodial parent with a child attending prekindergarten, kindergarten, elementary school, middle school, or high school in this state.
(c) A natural person can demonstrate the intent to continue residing within the state by showing that he or she:
(i) Has a valid Washington state driver's license; or
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