The definition of Alaska Resident for purposes of employment with the State of Alaska can be established in one of the following ways:
- The applicant is domiciled in the state of Alaska, or
- The applicant is presently serving in the military with the intent of being domiciled in the state of Alaska upon completion of military duty, or
- The applicant has graduated from an accredited high school or post-secondary institution in the state of Alaska, or has earned a General Equivalency Diploma (GED) while domiciled in the state of Alaska, or
- The applicant is presently enrolled in a post-secondary institution in the state of Alaska and not enrolled solely in on-line classes.
Note: A non-resident displaced to any area of the United States by a natural disaster, with proof of residence from the area declared to be a natural disaster by the President of the United States, will be considered a resident for employment purposes for a 12-month period following the declaration.