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Another issue I just thought of:
when I moved to Portland, from San diego, I was employed by my previous employer (employer A). After about a week or two I arrived to Portland, I was laid off, and about a month later, I found a new job with Employer B. Now, let's say I transport my car to Portland from Atlanta, GA (my original home), even though I really supposedly moved to San Francisco and then to San diego to get to my current location. Are all of the things I deliver from my home on the East coast to Portland deductible?

I know I intend to satisfy the time requirement (I'm not leaving anytime soon, if I can help it). I'm a little iffy on the other requirements I need to meet. I realize that my moving from San Diego to Portland is probably not deductible (since I didn't move for the benefit of my employer), but now that I'm here in Portland to stay, I have other things from the East Coast that need to be moved.
What do you guys think???

Thanks again,
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