My interpretation of the above is that at the time the MOC makes the nominaton, that the candidate must be residing in the district. If this is not possible, I would think that a nomination from the new MOC would be required. A question definitely for both the Admissions Office and the MOC's Office. Don't surprise either.(b) Each candidate for admission nominated under clauses (3) through
(9) of section 6954(a) of this title must be domiciled in the State, or
in the congressional district, from which he is nominated, or in the
District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, American Samoa, Guam, or the Virgin
Islands, if nominated from one of those places.
This seems like a simple question but it isn't really there could be all kinds of exceptions - USNA69 will correct me if I am wrong but ---Can anyone comment on the protocol for a candidate that moves from one state to another between the time of submitting an application to a MOC and the awarding of nominations?
Yep.Seems like a tricky situation that one would want to try to avoid if at all possible.