I have seen a few questions on here about MOC nominations. I go to boarding school out of state and my older sister just left home for college. My parents are thinking about relocating now that we are all out of the nest and they are considering two different locations. First, if they move, would it be a disadvantage for me getting an MOC nomination being in a new district that is a different district from where we have lived for 20 years? And second, if they do move to a new district, does the competitiveness of the district apply to getting a nomination and to getting an appointment? I know you have to have a nomination for an appointment but assuming you could get the nomination in a more competitive district and a less competitive district, does it help to win the appointment if you're in the less competitive district? Thanks for any insight.