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Who is a nonresident of Delaware?

You are a nonresident of Delaware if you weren't domiciled in Delaware for any part of 2021.

If you were not domiciled in Delaware but you maintained a place of abode in the state and spent more than 183 days of 2021 in Delaware, you can't file as a nonresident.

Note that students and military members have different requirements. Also, if you're a nonresident with no Delaware source income and your spouse files a Delaware Married Filing Separately return, you do not need to file a Delaware return.

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