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No, you simply ASSumed it. I stated that I was " looking at the possibility for me to establish residency in VA," not fraudulently establish it.

Since you provided the link to the thread in question, you can review it again and see that I did not make any accusations in that thread. That said, my answers were tailored with that assumption in the back of my mind. My responses were aimed to show that you would need to actually move, not just on paper. In reality, I wouldn't expect a mother to move to another state during a kid's senior year in high school and miss everything that happens in his life at that time. So yes, I did make that assumption when you said in your OP that you'd commute back and forth to PA.

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