Nonresidents of Virginia with Virginia adjusted gross income
at or above the filing threshold must file if any of their income
is from Virginia sources.
Income from Virginia sources is income received from labor performed, business done, or property located in Virginia, including gains from sales, exchanges or other dispositions of real estate and intangible personal property having a situs in Virginia. Virginia source income includes income passed through from a partnership, S corporation or limited liability company that does business in Virginia. It also includes business income and proceeds from real estate transactions passed through by a Virginia trust. It generally does not include personal savings account interest, dividends from an individual's stock market investments, or pension payments from a Virginia payer.
Those who maintain legal domicile in another state and live in Virginia less than 183 days of the taxable year (or do not live in Virginia at all) are nonresidents. Also, members of the U.S. armed forces who have another state as their home of record (legal domicile) are generally classified as nonresidents of Virginia, even though they may be stationed in Virginia for years.
Exceptions for Certain Nonresidents
If you are a nonresident of Virginia who commutes daily to work in Virginia from Kentucky or the District of Columbia, you do not have to file if: