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I had a similar but simpler situation. My country does not have exit tax nor capital gain tax. I recognized all my gains before I moved to the U.S., and took the losses after I settled in. It's just tax planning and it was allowed in my case.
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I suggest you play each scenario using tax calculators (on the US side, look up-board for a spreadsheet or use hrblock).

Best wishes,

Paul
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I don't know the answer, but I like the way you think!
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I had a similar but simpler situation. My country does not have exit tax nor capital gain tax. I recognized all my gains before I moved to the U.S., and took the losses after I settled in. It's just tax planning and it was allowed in my case.
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