Mich. Admin. Code R. 550.404 - Michigan resident; domicile
(1) For purposes of the Act, a Michigan "resident" is an individual who is domiciled in the state of Michigan on the date that the service in question is performed.
(2) "Domicile" means the place where an individual has his or her fixed, permanent and principal home to which he or she returns or intends to return. An individuals domicile in one place continues until a different domicile is established.
(3) A rebuttable presumption shall exist that an individuals home address, as maintained in the ordinary business records of a carrier or third-party administrator, indicates the domicile of that individual under this definition. Example: An individual who is domiciled in Michigan, but attends college in another state, is a Michigan resident for purposes of the Act. If that individual obtains health services in Michigan while home between semesters, a "paid claim" for the performance of those services will be subject to the assessment under the Act.
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