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Hello Everyone,

I hope this finds you well.

I am married to a USC since 4 years and we have a 2y old child (US passport through Birth Certificate of USC Abroad).
We are living in Belgium where we married. Since then, we traveled to us for private visits/vacations.
On my side, I am also traveling 2 or 3 times a year to the US for work.
A possible intra company transfer (to the new office in US) is under discussion with my employer (L1 A/B probably ...).
I am wondering if my application could be denied due to the fact both spouse and child are USC and this may be seen as an immigration process?
To be honest I dont know what is the future made of ... and don't exclude to proceed with an AOS at some point.
Is there anything I should be concerned of?
What are the few thins I can prepare upfront ?
Thank you!
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