In Tienda v Integon National Insurance Co, the Michigan Court of Appeals held that a migrant worker was a Michigan resident for the purpose of the No Fault Act because the migrant worker maintained no other residence when he lived in Michigan, and he took all his worldly possessions with him when he traveled from state to state. In this case, the migrant worker lived in three different states where he picked fruit on a seasonal basis. At the time of the accident, the migrant worker was living and working in Michigan, and did not have any other state which he called home. The mere fact that the worker spent a longer period of time in Florida each year, due to the length of the picking seasons, did not make Florida his domicile. The Court reasoned that a person does not need to maintain a residence for any particular length of time in order to establish domicile.