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Is this sentence correct?

Today I have to attend a meeting with DGM sales at 12:30 PM, so I will move from office at 10:30 AM.

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The proper form of your sentence would be:

Today I have to attend a meeting with DGM sales at 12:30 PM, so I [have to / will / need to] leave [my / the] office at 10:30 AM.

However, in future, please consider asking such questions at the English Language Learners' StackExchange, as they are more suited there. Thank you! :)

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