My Canadian husband will be driving down to the US to help me move up to Canada in May when I will also be landing. Our plan is to rent a smallish u-haul trailer, he would drive his truck with the trailer and my things in it and I will be driving my car and bringing my dog. I've got the Personal Affects Accounting Document printed out. Do I need to have an actual accounting of every single item I am bringing all itemized out or do I categorize things like electronics, kitchen supplies, clothing, decorative home items, furniture, etc. and lump alot of things together? How do I determine CDN value on a lump group of kitchen supplies as an example? Do I assign that group a value as a used item or as if it was new? Is this a bit of a guessing game when you have a group of items listed together? How are people determining CDN value vs US value? Am I making this more complicated than it needs to be? LOL For my dog- As far as I can tell all my dog needs is her rabies certificate just like every other time I've crossed with her. For my car- I am not sure I want to import it or if its worth importing it, but I don't want to be without a car until we would be able to get one for me in Canada. Can I still bring my car with me, just have it on my list of goods to follow in case I decide I want to import it and yet still drive it up there for awhile? I may end up selling it in the US or giving it to a family member, but not until I have a replacement. Possible? Jewelry- I have no real jewelry other than the wedding/engagement rings on my fingers. Everything else is stuff I've made or inexpensive stuff. Do I still need photos of the rings I'm going to be wearing? What do I need to make sure to bring with me at landing other than my paperwork? Do I need extra photos as I have seen some state for the PR card application? I'm not finding alot of info about people landing by car from the US with all their belongings in tow and would appreciate any help so I don't screw something up in a major way.