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(a) For purposes of AS 46.40 and this chapter, a citizen of a district is a natural person who has been domiciled in the district for a minimum of 30 days with the intent to remain in the district indefinitely.
(b) A petitioner who is a citizen of the district shall submit with the petition filed under 11 AAC 114.375 at least one of the following items to demonstrate that the petitioner meets the requirements of (a) of this section:
(1) a copy of the petitioner's current voter registration;
(2) a copy of the petitioner's current driver's license;
(3) a copy of the petitioner's current motor vehicle registration;
(4) a statement identifying the petitioner's domicile.
(c) The office may request additional information the office considers necessary to aid the office's determination regarding whether a petitioner is a citizen of the district.
History: Eff. 7/1/2004, Register 170
Authority: AS 46.39.010
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