My husband is Canadian. We are Snowbirds. I am formerly from WI. I have fl drivers license, auto plus insurance,banks, American credit cards, property taxes on owned mobile home plus utilities and maintenance fees. Attend a local religious organization. In Ca we have a home plus car,etc. I would like to establish fl domicile and homestead my property if possible without loosing any Canadian benefits. Thank you
This really isn't a US Immigration law question ... which is the focus of this blog.
Go to www.ailalawyer.com and search for a lawyer licensed in Canada.
Most likely he/she will recommend that you become a Canadian Citizen ... and that your husband become a US Citizen.
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You will become a Florida resident once you have lived in that state for a year or longer. AS to canadian benefits, it is between you and Canada.
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