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Tax examption for indefinitely pending assylum application

Author Alfie
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#1 | Posted: 23 Jan 2017 22:43 
I can see there is a lot of similar questions, but can't find mine though. Would be happy to receive an answer or opinion.

So me and my wife resided in Florida 2009-2015. Then we moved to another state for 1 year. In the end of 2016 we purchased a house in Tampa. We're both political assylum applicants. In 2015 we agreed to receive prosecutorial discretion and stay in US. So currently we're both on pending status. As our attorney explained - this might be indefinite until eather party file a motion to reopen the case. We do have employment authorization cards, I have my FL driver's license and we have a US citizen child\dependant.

So the question is obvious - can we apply for Homestead exemption ?

Found an article on this foum and it seems to me it is similar to mine, but still not sure

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ALIENS HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION TAXATION PROPERTY APPRAISER RESIDENCE eligibility for homestead exemption. Art. VII, s. 6, Fla. Const.; s. 196.031, Fla. Stat.

Thank You in advance !

Author johnbsims3
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#2 | Posted: 25 Feb 2017 07:26 
If you have a u CHILD/DEPENDENT, YOU ARE ALLOWED THE EXEMPTION. dO A SEARCH ON THE COURT CASE GARCIA VS aNDONIE
http://www.floridahomesteadservices.com

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