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travel while waiting for I-130

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Hi again,

Another topic question.

I want to be able to travel back and forth to the USA I am the american, my husband is canadian. We have been married over 10 years and always lived in Canada.

We have been going to the US often for vacations

I have applied for a I 130 for him. We have no intention of moving before he gets his visa.

If he can prove he is a partner of his firm, with a letter from his company showing that he is expected back to work at a certain date, that he is a partner and he can prove he has a mortgage with a bank here in canada and we are travelling in his car with canadian plates and they can see that we are a)not kids, b)been married a long time and he could have stayed at any other time and didn't

is it likely that he can continue to travel bank and forth with me for vacation and for my doctor visits (I hope I don't need but just in case)

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