I-192 Waiver for a New Canadian Citizen

In 2018, I moved up to Canada as a PR from the US after living there undocumented for 11 years. I applied for a visitor visa and was given a 10 year bar for overstay, expiring in 2028. I’m about to become a Canadian citizen and was wondering if the I-192 waiver would be all I need to visit the US, assuming it gets approved? I only want to visit for short periods at a time to see family that still lives there. I am married to a U.S. citizen (who is also becoming a Canadian citizen) and we have a child that is also going to be US/Canadian citizen. I’m hoping that I’ll be able to get a waiver as a Canadian, as I’ve had no luck up until now.

Anyone have any insight or done similar?

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