The person must have served on active duty in the US Armed Forces for a period

The person must have served on active duty in the us

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The person must have served on active duty in the U.S. Armed Forces for a period of not less than 90 consecutive days, or have been discharged from service due to a service-connected disability within that 90-day period. (California Military and Veterans Code Section 980(a)) . **********
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UC Residence Policy and Guidelines 9 | P a g e II. RESIDENCE CLASSIFICATION PROCEDURES A. A student’s classification as a resident or nonresident is determined by a Residence Deputy, located in the Office of the Registrar or Office of Admissions and Records on every University campus. Classifications are based on evidence presented in a student’s Statement of Legal Residence (SLR) including all supporting evidence a Residence Deputy deems necessary for determination. The students, and parents when applicable, have the burden of providing clear and convincing evidence that they have satisfied all applicable UC Residence Policy and Guidelines requirements. Financial hardship is not a consideration. All statements and documents submitted to the University of California to support a resident classification for purposes of UC tuition are submitted under penalty of perjury under the laws of the State of California. The student, and parent if applicable, are required to declare under oath, declaration or affidavit, that all statements and supporting documents are true and correct. If a resident classification is obtained based on concealed facts or untruthful statements or documents, the student will be required to pay all tuition and fees that would have otherwise been charged. Additionally, the student will be subject to appropriate University discipline at the discretion of the campus. The SLR must be signed, handwritten or electronically, by the student under penalty of perjury. A student must sign the SLR even if s/he has yet to reach the age of majority; pursuant to California state law, a minor may be prosecuted for perjury. Students admitted to the University, with the exception of those admitted to self-supporting programs, are required to complete an SLR. Students returning to a campus after a leave of absence, transfer students, and continuing students who wish to petition for a resident classification must submit an SLR. A student who transfers from one UC campus to another must complete an SLR at the new campus. A student who fails to submit an SLR will not be entitled to retroactive reimbursement. Each campus has a deadline for the submission of the SLR and all additional evidence that may be requested. If a student fails to submit an SLR or any requested information within campus deadlines, the Residence Deputy will make a decision based upon the evidence and documentation available at the time of the review of the student’s circumstances. No additional evidence will be accepted once the Residence Deputy has rendered a decision.
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