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In-state tuition based on employment?

EuroaznEuroazn - Posts: 1,171 Senior Member
edited September 2010 in University of Virginia
Question 8 on the common-app reads as follows:
8. ANSWER THIS QUESTION ONLY IF YOU OR YOUR PARENT IS A NONRESIDENT EMPLOYED IN VIRGINIA.
Do you or your parent commute from a residence outside Virginia to a work-site in Virginia for full-time employment and pay Virginia non-resident income tax on all taxable income earned in Virginia?

So if my parent works in Virgina... I qualify for in-state tuition? Or is this question asked for an entirely different purpose?

Thanks!
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