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I have lived in Virginia for 2 years as of July and have utilities in my name for my apartment. I filed taxes in VA, am registered to vote in VA and I own a car registered in VA. I have had a VA license for all but 4 months of those 2 years, am currently employed in VA and am closing on a house in VA by July. I am engaged to a police officer here in VA, have been financially supporting myself for the last 4 yrs and haven't lived with family (NY) since Aug. of '09. I was denied last year based on the fact that I "hadn't lived the full one year in state" even though I had. I'm pretty sure they didn't review all my documentation and didn't care. I was financially unable to attend classes because of this. If I do qualify but am denied, do I need a lawyer to appeal/take the school to court?I am in the process of applying for this year and hoping to be given the in state tuition rate, however I want to have a better understanding of what I should do if I am wrongly denied for a second time. i.e. Do I need a lawyer for the appeal process? Do I need to take the school to court if it is clear that I have been wrongfully denied in state tuition? Is this a step that would be considered unnecessary?