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I need help w/ the present perfect tense:

1. I was planning to do that after I've come back from my vacation. Or

I was planning to do that after I come back from my vacation.

Are both correct and could the present perfect tense be used in this situation?

2. Going to be traveling even more in the future after I've moved to Michigan. Or

Going to be traveling even more in the future after I move to Michigan.

Are both correct and could the present perfect tense be used in this situation?

Thank you.
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In both cases I prefer the present tense, though the present perfect does not seem glaringly wrong.

#2 should be "I'm going to be..."
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Thanks Mr Wordy,

But what do you mean by glaringly wrong? So it's passable in conversation but does it sound awkward or is it slightly wrong?
PreciousJonesBut what do you mean by glaringly wrong? So it's passable in conversation but does it sound awkward or is it slightly wrong?
In real-life use it would not be noticed as awkward or as a mistake (not by me, anyway). It's only when I'm specifically asked to study the alternatives and make a choice that my preference becomes apparent.