Maybe try this website: http://thsc.org/homeschooling-in-texas/ hopefully it can help you with homeschool stuff. I think it's pretty easy to homeschool in Texas, relative to other states.
I have no idea about the vaccine exemption...I know a lot of people use the religious exemption quite a bit, but I have no idea how long that would take. Perhaps one of the larger school districts would have some info on their website. Dallas, Houston, Austin, San Antonio, etc.
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I think the OP was moving from Texas to New Mexico. I would get a copy of your diploma now (better to have it and not need it than need it and not have it.) Do you have an address in NM that you can have mail sent to? I know that NM governmental entities do not want to deal with you until you reside in the state. I would make sure your Texas exemption in current, and then file for the NM exemption as soon as you have an address in New Mexico.
Most places/schools in NM will just take a copy of the notarized Objector's form that you *send* into the state, not the one that they send you back. Then when you get the copy back with the stamp on it, you can drop off a replacement copy to the school.
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