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I was born in the US and moved to Canada upon my marriage to a Canadian. I have since become a Canadian citizen, and my children (now grown) have dual citizenship, although have lived their entire lives in Canada. I would like to return to the US after 26 years in Canada. I am no longer married. I would like advice on the necessary steps to take and to know how the departure tax calculated. Thank you.
Re moving back to the USA, you will simply need to prove USA citizenship. Getting into the USA is easy but officially making the move is complicated. There are special procedures re customs, importing your car, finances, etc. I recommend that you research these as much as possible b4 you make the move.