State of Iowa
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Requirements for Purchasing Licenses: Resident means a natural person who meets one of the following criteria. 1. Has physically resided in this state as the person's principal and primary residence or domicile for period of not less than 90 consecutive days immediately before applying for or purchasing a resident license and has an Iowa drivers license or non operators ID. A person is not considered a resident under this paragraph if the person is residing in the state only for a special or temporary purpose including but not limited to engaging in hunting, fishing or trapping. 2. Is a full-time student at an accredited educational institution in Iowa and reside in Iowa while attending the educational institution, or are a full-time student under 25 years of age at an accredited educational institution outside the state as long as at least one parent or legal guardian maintains a principal and primary residence in Iowa. 3. Is a student who qualifies as a resident pursuant to the above paragraph only for the purpose of purchasing any resident license specified in sec. 483A.1 or 484A.2 4. Is a nonresident under 18 years of age with a parent who is a legal resident of Iowa. 5. Is a member of the armed forces of the United States who is serving on active duty, claims residency in this state, and has filed a state individual income tax return for the preceding year, or is stationed in this state. Dual Residency Not Permitted: Unless you qualify under 2, 3, 4 or 5 in the previous paragraph, a person shall not purchase or apply for any resident license or permit if that person has claimed residency in any other state or country. An Iowa resident Hunting License will be invalid if you: a) Obtain the license under false pretenses. Providing false information on a deer or wild turkey hunting license invalidates that license and transportation tag and all other deer or turkey licenses/tags obtained during the same year. b) Do anything that would forfeit your eligibility for a resident license after the license is obtained, such as moving out of Iowa or purchasing a resident hunting privilege in another state or country. A nonresident is a person who is not a resident of Iowa, whose principal and primary residence or domicile is the one and only place where the person has a true, fixed and permanent home and, when briefly and temporarily absent, where the person intends to return. Factors to determine the domicile include but are not limited to place of employment, mailing address, utility records, land ownership records, vehicle registration, and the address listed on the person's state and federal income tax records.
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