For tax purposes, an individual who does not meet the tests for residency as defined by the federal or state taxing authorities. Tax residency is not to be confused with U.C. tuition residency; residency for tuition purposes is a separate standard used to determine who should be assessed additional educational charges at UCLA. (See the section Other Resources for information on relevant state and federal publications pertaining to residency status.)
An individual in the United States temporarily (usually less than six years). Although required to file an annual federal income-tax return, nonresident aliens pay tax only on income from U.S. sources.
(1) A means of instruction in which the student does not need to visit the school; all work is done by correspondence, telephone, or exchange of audiotapes or videotapes; (2) A person who does not meet residency requirements of a given school and, as a result, often has to pay a higher tuition or fees.
A student who does not meet the residence requirements of the state. Tuition fees and admission policies may differ for residents and nonresidents. International students are usually classified as nonresidents, and there is little possibility of changing to resident status at a later date for tuition purposes.
A citizen of the United States who has not established residence in this state and has not continuously resided in this state for 1 year and in one county for the 6 months immediately preceding the initiation of a vessel titling or registration action.
An individual who is in the United States for a temporary purpose of a relatively short nature (usually less than five years). Although required to file a tax return annually, only income from U.S. sources is taxed.