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  • My question is for any Iowa residents out there. I'd especially like to hear from Phil Bourjaily. If a person moves to and perma

    My question is for any Iowa residents out there. I'd especially like to hear from Phil Bourjaily. If a person moves to and permanently lives in Iowa, lets say Council Bluffs, but works right across the river in Omaha NE will they be able to aquire Iowa hunting residency?

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    If you live in Iowa, you are an Iowa resident and pay taxes in Iowa. You buy your hunting licenses in Iowa.

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    • #3
      You will have Iowa Licenses

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      • #4
        But you will need an out-State Lic. to Hunt in NE. if you choose to.

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        • #5
          If I'm not mistaken, you must live here for 6 months before you can officially say you're a resident

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          • #6
            The state of your residence, not your employment dictates residency.
            States have differing requirements to establish residency.
            I'd check local laws to be certain you meet requirements for a resident. By applying for a drivers license in Iowa, you'll probably find the answer to yourquestion.

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            • #7
              The hunting would be better in Iowa. I lived near Omaha and the hunting does not get real good until you get further West. Did get several Pheasants with the car. No speed limit when I lived there and 90mph really does a number on the birds and the car.

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              • #8
                You would be an Iowa resident after 6 months.

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