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Hi,

I am a USA Citizen with a US passport but I have been living in India and have done my college from India itself( Hans Raj College, DU). I recently gave my GMAT and am planning to apply to the business schools in the US. Will I be considered a domestic applicant in the us business schools ? if yes, then my competition in terms of admission will be against Americans?

Anybody aware of rules about applicants status please share here. Thanks in advance.
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shivamehta wrote:
Hi,

I am a USA Citizen with a US passport but I have been living in India and have done my college from India itself( Hans Raj College, DU). I recently gave my GMAT and am planning to apply to the business schools in the US. Will I be considered a domestic applicant in the us business schools ? if yes, then my competition in terms of admission will be against Americans?

Anybody aware of rules about applicants status please share here. Thanks in advance.

As far as I know, categorization is on the basis of citizenship. So yes, you would be considered as an American and not an Indian.
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shivamehta wrote:
Hi,

I am a USA Citizen with a US passport but I have been living in India and have done my college from India itself( Hans Raj College, DU). I recently gave my GMAT and am planning to apply to the business schools in the US. Will I be considered a domestic applicant in the us business schools ? if yes, then my competition in terms of admission will be against Americans?

Anybody aware of rules about applicants status please share here. Thanks in advance.


Hi shivamehta,

Apologies for the delayed response.

Profiling is mostly based on citizenship status. Hence, you will be considered to be a part of the American pool.

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