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 Students who are not U.S. citizens are ineligible for California residency and will be charged out-of-state tuition rates until they pass their Qualifying exam.  Often the Astronomy Department supports the tuition difference for international students through fellowships and other funding resources. ​ If you are an incoming international student, you should talk to Sheryl Conner about tax forms and other funding-related issues.  ​ Students who are not U.S. citizens are ineligible for California residency and will be charged out-of-state tuition rates until they pass their Qualifying exam.  Often the Astronomy Department supports the tuition difference for international students through fellowships and other funding resources. ​ If you are an incoming international student, you should talk to Sheryl Conner about tax forms and other funding-related issues.  ​
  
-In addition, if you graduated from a California high school, you may be eligible for CA resident tuition even if you are no longer a Calfornia resident. ​ In practice, you will still want to establish residency after your first year, but you may be able to save your advisor and/or the department some money from your first year tuition. ​ You will need to fill out a nonresident tuition exemption under AB540. ​ See http://​www.e4fc.org/​images/​2008_California_Nonresident_Tuition_Exemption.pdf and http://​admission.universityofcalifornia.edu/​paying-for-uc/​tuition-and-cost/​ab540/​. ​ (Reading the second pdf, I believe that all students who are US citizens, permanent residents, or aliens without lawful immigration status are eligible).+In addition, if you graduated from a California high school, you may be eligible for CA resident tuition even if you are no longer a Calfornia resident. ​ In practice, you will still want to establish residency after your first year, but you may be able to save your advisor and/or the department some money from your first year tuition. ​ You will need to fill out a nonresident tuition exemption under AB540. ​ See http://​www.e4fc.org/​images/​2008_California_Nonresident_Tuition_Exemption.pdf and http://​admission.universityofcalifornia.edu/​paying-for-uc/​tuition-and-cost/​ab540/​. ​ (Reading the first link, I believe that all students who are US citizens, permanent residents, or aliens without lawful immigration status are eligible).
  
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