Student Placement
Residency Affidavit Form

Residency Affidavit is for students who are presented and want to enroll and attend a CMS school now.

u Used when a family is residing with another family for issues other than those covered by McKinney Vento

u Renewed on a yearly basis

u Can be completed at the school 


Before any student is assigned to attend Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools (CMS), the student’s parent, legal guardian or sponsor (legal guardianship or sponsorship requires additional documentation from a court or agency) must provide proof of legal residence in Mecklenburg County.

All Documents must be pre-printed with the name and Mecklenburg County address of the student’s parent, legal guardian or sponsor and must be presented at the time of enrollment. 

 For Proof of Residency


  • Notarized Residency Affidavit form AND copy of mortgage statement, deed or lease from homeowner/leaseholder affirming tenancy

AND

ONE (1) of the following documents must be shown:

  • Any ONE utility bill or work order dated within the past 30 days, including: gas, water, electric, telephone, OR cable
  • Valid North Carolina Driver's License OR Valid North Carolina Identification Card
  • Dated within the past 30 days: Payroll Stub, Bank Statement OR Credit Card Statement
  • Current Vehicle Registration
  • Dated within the past year: Vehicle Tax Bill, Property Tax Bill, W-2 OR Medicaid Card



Downloadable Residency Affidavit Form


Residency Affidavit.pdf


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Charlotte, NC 28230-0035
Phone: 980-343-3000
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