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Live in texas work in califorina

i work for united airlines, i have my residence in Texas.  i fly to Cali every week to work and fly back on my off days.   do i have to check that i live in Cali.. i stay in a crash pad when im there.
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Live in texas work in califorina

It depends on the number of 24-hour days you spent in California.

Usually your state of residency is the place you intend to be your permanent home. You’re not living in the state for a temporary purpose. It’s the place you return to after a vacation, business assignment, or away at school.

You can only have one permanent home. States often refer to this as your domicile. Some states have a “days test” and if you spend more than a certain number of days (often 183 days) of the taxable year in their state, they consider you a resident for that year.

See this link for additional information: Determine your residency status: Residents, nonresidents, and part-year residents

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