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Can you be a legal Florida resident without being a US citizen?

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2005-12-14 15:34:35
2005-12-14 15:34:35

no I'm sorry, I disagree with the above answer. Thousands of Floridians are Permenant Residents of the US, a legal immigration status. As such, they are considered residents of Florida, although they may have no intention of becoming citizens.

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