How do I Become a Massachusetts Resident?

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Essentially one becomes a resdent of a state when they purchase a place to live or a piece of property of some kind within a state. In general legal terms however, you must live within a state for 1-2 years in order to become a lega state resident. Once you have done that, you get a state ID and tags for your car for the state that you live in.
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