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Military Spouse Residency and Voting question

The Military Spouse Residency Relief Act (MSRRA)

I know that there are military spouses out there who are still struggling with changing their residency to the state they move to every time they PCS. If you are a military spouse, you may not  have to do that anymore!

 

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The Military Spouse Residency Relief Act (MSRRA) allows the military spouse "to claim residency in the same state as their sponsor and retain that residency as long as the servicemember is in the military."

This means military spouses now have the same privilege as servicemembers to pay income taxes to their home state, and not have to change their driver's license or vehicle and voters registration during each permanent change of station.

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