If you are a full resident which means you lived in Virginia for more than 183 days and/or worked in Virginia
for more than 6 months, you must file your 1040 for the state of Virginia. If your entire federal adjusted
gross income is from Virginia sources, you can file Form 760 as a resident of Virginia. If you file Form 760
as a resident of Virginia, this allows you to claim full personal exemption and standard deduction amounts,
rather than prorating your personal exemption and standard deductions based on length of residency. If you
have any questions, you can access the following link for more information: here
If you are filing as a part-year resident for Virginia, then you will need to file Form 760PY. When filing
Form 760PY, you will prorate your personal exemptions and standard deduction.
If you are filing as a non-resident for Virginia then you will need to file Form 763, this form will allow
you to claim personal exemptions and standard deduction amounts.