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School Proof of Residency Letter

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The school proof of residency letter requires the student to get acknowledgment from a parent, employer, or landlord that they have lived in a location for a period of time. This is often required for two (2) reasons: (1) to allow a minor to attend elementary, middle or high school in a specific district or (2) to apply to in-state tuition while attending a college or university. The affidavit should be completed by a third (3rd) party and a piece of documentation should accompany the letter such as a receipt, bill, or other paper evidence that shows the individual has resided at the mentioned address.

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1 – Save The School Affidavit On This Page To Issue A Testimonial

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2 – Supply Sender Information To The Return Address

The name and address of the Sender will have to be supplied at the beginning of the first page to the area in the upper left-hand corner. The first blank space in this area (labeled “Name”) requires the first, middle, and last name of the Sender presented.  The building number, street, and unit number that makes up the Sender’s address should be supplied on the “Street Address” line. Next finish reporting the return address by entering the “City, State” and “Zip” of the Sender on the next two blank lines.

3 – Date This Document Then Provide Specifics To The Declaration

This paperwork will need to have an identifying date. Often this is the same as the Declarant’s signature date. In any case, supply this calendar date on the blank line labeled “Date.”The area below the line “To Whom This May Concern” will supply some necessary language but it will be considered incomplete without the information that should be supplemented on the blank lines in the declaration statement. The Declarant’s full name should be supplied on the first blank line of this statement. The Subject will also need to be defined. This is the individual whose address will be validated here. Enter the Subject’s full name on the blank space after the word’s “…Individual Known As” Now we will achieve the purpose of this document by providing the residential address of the Subject. This will be the address the Declarant believes is the physical location of the Subject’s home or domicile. Locate the blank space after the words “…The Street Address Of” then present the building number, street, and (if applicable) apartment number where the Subject lives. Provide the city where the Subject lives on the blank space after “…City Of” then, record the state where the residential address being verified is located. The last two blank spaces of this statement should be used to record the calendar date when the Subject first lived at the residential address we are validating here. Use the blank space before the number “20” to present the calendar month and day of this first day of residence and the blank space after the number “20” to report the two-digit year of this date.

4 – Produce A Witnessed And Notarized Signature

The Declarant signing this form should be an authorized representative of the school providing this testimony. He or she should locate the blank space after the closing “Sincerely” then sign it. The name of the Signature Party should be entered on the blank space in the “Witness Acknowledgment” section just after the phrase “…Aforementioned Claims Made By” Next each Witness must tend to one of the two areas below the statement in this section. Each area will require the “Witness Signature, his or her name recorded in print, and the calendar date when he or she signed this document. The Notary Public overseeing this signing will complete the “Notary Acknowledgement” section. The process of notarization will need this party to supply the location of the signing, the date when it took place, the names of everyone in attendance, and the governing state. Additionally, he or she will stamp this document and sign and print his or her name.