[QUESTION] US Citizen/Committed Couple: When to Re-Apply for Expiring Exemption?

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    jonathonjonathon
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    Relationship status: committed couple of 4+ years, I’m a U.S. Citizen, she is a Canadian citizen

    Travel exemption granted on 10/30/2020

    Given that the extended family travel exemption that I was granted in October 2020 is for 6 months, and is therefore expiring soon (the end of March), I’m wondering when’s a good time to re-apply for the exemption?

    Do I need to wait until my current exemption expires? Should I re-apply ASAP?

    Can we use the same notarized document as before, or do we need a new one?

    What happens if my travel exemption expires while I’m in Canada? I’ve booked a trip to Canada from mid-March to mid-April and it will expire while I’m in the country.

    Has the application process gotten any smoother since I applied in October? There were email issues that caused my approval to take over a month to get to me – has that been fixed?

    Thank you!

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