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FAQ / How do I know if I'm considered an Arizona resident?

In the context of your Notary Public commission, you are considered an Arizona resident if your primary residence or domicile is in Arizona. A person can have only one primary residence at any time. The following would indicate that Arizona is your primary residence:

* If you live within the borders of Arizona and claim your Arizona residence as your primary residence for tax purposes (that is, you declare it on your state and federal tax returns as your primary residence); or
* If you are currently registered to vote in Arizona.

The fact that you are out of this state for a temporary or transitory purpose would not defeat or negate your Arizona residency. On the other hand, if you are in Arizona for a temporary or transitory purpose, Arizona would not be your primary residence. (A.R.S. § 41-312(E)(2))

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