What does the term "Citizen of the State" mean ?
Can a non-resident ailien be a Citizen of the State ?
Answered on: 3/05/12, 8:16 pm by Stephen Messutta
Normally it means that you have a permanent address here, vote here, pay taxes here, have a driver's license... The more "contacts" you have the more likely you are. And normally the term is "resident", not citizen, but I trust that is not the real issue.
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