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(a) General rule.--Any person who has been domiciled in this Commonwealth for a period of 30 consecutive days preceding the date of application for a license and who establishes identity, age and the fact of bona fide residency to the satisfaction of the commission by production of a motor vehicle driver's license, proof of payment of State or local personal income taxes or some other positive means of identification shall for the purpose of this chapter be a resident of this Commonwealth.
(b) Commonwealth residents in armed forces.--Nothing in this chapter shall deny any qualified serviceman or servicewoman domiciled in but residing outside this Commonwealth while serving on active duty in the armed forces of the United States or in the United States Coast Guard, or any family member living in his or her home and residing outside this Commonwealth to meet military requirements, from eligibility to procure a resident hunter's license or other license when domicile within this Commonwealth is a requirement. Proof that a serviceman's or servicewoman's military home of record is in Pennsylvania shall be sufficient to establish domicile in this Commonwealth.
(c) Military personnel stationed in Commonwealth.--Any person regularly enrolled in any branch of the armed forces of the United States or in the United States Coast Guard and officially stationed and quartered within this Commonwealth 30 or more days preceding the date of application shall be a resident for the purpose of this title.
(d) Cooperation with other agencies.--To the maximum extent feasible, the commission shall be entitled to request and receive and shall utilize and be provided with such facilities, resources and data of any court, department, division, board, bureau, commission or agency of the Commonwealth or any political subdivision thereof as it may reasonably request to carry out properly its powers and duties hereunder.
(e) Information to be confidential.--The commission shall not disclose information received under subsection (d) so as to divulge the identities of the persons to whom it relates except as is necessary to carry out the purposes of this title.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Pennsylvania Statutes Title 34 Pa.C.S.A. Game § 2702. Residents - last updated January 01, 2019 | https://codes.findlaw.com/pa/title-34-pacsa-game/pa-csa-sect-34-2702/
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