I will move to the States from Canada once married and approved to do so.
Sounds like you will need a US immigration lawyer to help you obtain a visa/ green card.
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Practically speaking, I think that you should use a US attorney. I am a US attorney that practiced in Canada for awhile and that can be a problem as USCIS will often refuse to mail items to Canada. When you do get them to do so, they use regular mail so something that could be received in a few days in the US could take 2 to 4 weeks to arrive in Canada. This is an inconvenience in terms of requests for evidence and other matters that could delay the adjudication of the application.
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