Move to Florida and do what a resident would do. (1) Obtain housing which can be renting; if you own, declare your house as primary homestead with your tax assessor, (2) get a driver's license, (3) get Florida tags for your car, and (4) use Florida as your address when filing federal income tax, etc.
No. You must be a resident of Florida to be appointed as a notary public there.
Only if you become a Florida resident first.
As soon as you establish a residence.
how long dose it take to be a resident of Florida
I'm a Canadian and have lived in Florida all my life, I'm 21 how can i obtain a us legal status?
One Day/One Park Adult Florida Resident $73 One Day/ Park Hopper Adult Florida Resident $100 One Day/One Park Child(3-9) Florida Resident $66.60 One Day/ Park Hopper Child Florida Resident $93.60 One Day/One Park Adult NON Florida Resident $82 One Day/ Park Hopper Adult NON Florida Resident $136 One Day/One Park Child(3-9) NON Florida Resident $74 One Day/ Park Hopper Child NON Florida Resident $128
You become a resident of California by LIVING in California, this has nothing to do with marriage or legal status- an illegal can be a resident of California
If you are an established resident of Florida, yes. If not, then no.
Yes, provided you are a resident of Florida.
Maybe. Florida courts assess whether a person is a resident of the state by looking at several factors, for instance does the person(s) own property in the state, have a Florida driver license, uses a Florida address for business and/or personal correspondence, is a registered voter, and so forth. Persons wishing to become a resident should contact the office of the clerk of circuit court in the county in which they hold property to obtain information on elgibility requirements for filing a declaration of domicile.