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hi there friends!

it's always a good thing whenever i'm confuse with the immigration process, i have u guys to depend on and get good advice from, so pls accept my thank yous.

i'm again confused with the letter i got from the uscis. i'm about to have my biometrics on june 7th. today i got a letter from the uscis that says Transfer Notice

the letter goes:

This is to advise you that in order to speed up processing we have transferred the above case to the following uscis office for processing:

California Service Center, 2nd Flr. bla bla bla

Tel.# 123456789

That office will notify you of the decision made on the application or petition.

Please read the following information before attempting to contact the National Customer Service Center for an update:

Please refer to the USCIS processing dates webpage, via uscis home webpage, to locate the processing dates for the specific service center that your

case was transferred to. if the service center is within the processing time for your particular application or petition, USCIS cannot provide an

update on your case. If the service center is outside of processing tme for your particular application or petition, please call Customer Service at 123

456789 to request an update.

Please read the following information if you submitted a Premium Processing application or petition:

Please contact the Premium Processing phone number at 123456789 for inquiries. The 15-day Premium Processing clock does not start until the correct office

receives the application or pettition.

Haist! that's the letter. i don't exactly know what it means, specially the premium processing. and what about my biometrics? do i still have to do it? I'm suppose to do it in Omaha, NE.

I'm puzzled. Pls help again!

thanks alot,

Jazz

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hi there friends!

it's always a good thing whenever i'm confuse with the immigration process, i have u guys to depend on and get good advice from, so pls accept my thank yous.

i'm again confused with the letter i got from the uscis. i'm about to have my biometrics on june 7th. today i got a letter from the uscis that says Transfer Notice

the letter goes:

This is to advise you that in order to speed up processing we have transferred the above case to the following uscis office for processing:

California Service Center, 2nd Flr. bla bla bla

Tel.# 123456789

That office will notify you of the decision made on the application or petition.

Please read the following information before attempting to contact the National Customer Service Center for an update:

Please refer to the USCIS processing dates webpage, via uscis home webpage, to locate the processing dates for the specific service center that your

case was transferred to. if the service center is within the processing time for your particular application or petition, USCIS cannot provide an

update on your case. If the service center is outside of processing tme for your particular application or petition, please call Customer Service at 123

456789 to request an update.

Please read the following information if you submitted a Premium Processing application or petition:

Please contact the Premium Processing phone number at 123456789 for inquiries. The 15-day Premium Processing clock does not start until the correct office

receives the application or pettition.

Haist! that's the letter. i don't exactly know what it means, specially the premium processing. and what about my biometrics? do i still have to do it? I'm suppose to do it in Omaha, NE.

I'm puzzled. Pls help again!

thanks alot,

Jazz

Ift says IF you submitted for premium processing then ...... but since you did not then ignore that part of the notice. This has no effect on your biometrics notice. If you have not received it you will.... You MUST do biometrics.

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Ift says IF you submitted for premium processing then ...... but since you did not then ignore that part of the notice. This has no effect on your biometrics notice. If you have not received it you will.... You MUST do biometrics.

Follow the information given in your biometrics letter and go to your appointment. You will most likely not require an interview as your case was transferred to CSC. I know it can be confusing, but this is likely good news for you. Congratulations!

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Follow the information given in your biometrics letter and go to your appointment. You will most likely not require an interview as your case was transferred to CSC. I know it can be confusing, but this is likely good news for you. Congratulations!

thank u for the replies. i hope tho i'll get an approval not denial or something. ok so, i still need to go to the biometric appointment. i just got confuse cuz i read one post one time he said he got his greencard without interview and biometric so.. but thank you guys!

jazz

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