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Domiciling in California

Hi there, I have been a life time resident of the State of California. I have been full-timing for over 10 years and only leave the state on short trips. I want to change my life style so that I can more readily travel the entire country. I have no desire to change my residency in that I am proud to be a resident of California and though I fully realize that has financial implications (higher personal Income tax and vehicle registration) I'm willing to accept that. Also, my employer, (I wont be retiring for 5 years at least) requires that I stay a "Resident" of the state. Also, I really like my medical plan, and my doctor, so I would like to retain my residency in the same area. Sooo, if you have negative opinions about the state, please save your time and mine and keep those to your self. If however, you however have set yourself up with a domicile in the state of California, I'd like to know how you did it. The RV park that I currently live, will not serve as a mailing address. So, I have to use a PO box. However, I can't seem to set up an alternate mail location (iPostal for instance) where my mail can go to and I see it scanned, unless I have a drivers license and secondary ID that show my address on them (for notary purposes). The documents presented must have a physical address and may not be a PO box. So, my current vehicle registration and Voter registration show a PO box and are not acceptable. The state does not go to the expense of sending a new drivers license card, if your address changes until you renew it. If you have come up against this problem, I would welcome your insight. If you have not, don't worry about it, hopefully I will hear from someone at some point who has. Thank you all for your time. Safe Travels Respectfully, Eric Anderson
thervitguy 09/12/21 06:56pm Full-time RVing
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