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Hi, everybody...

I'm gonna go through DCF in France, so i've got a really silly asking, but i'm not sure so :blush:

Well, i noticed in the timelines of the people who went through the DCf, that on the top of their timeline, it's written:

"Vermont Service Center" or "Texas Service center"...It's weird why did they wrote that if they go directly to Paris?

Do we have to deal with one of these services before DCF, or we just have to fill directly at the embassy?...

Do we have to declare anything to this services, before filling in Paris?

Thank you and sorry :blush:

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Hi, everybody...

I'm gonna go through DCF in France, so i've got a really silly asking, but i'm not sure so :blush:

Well, i noticed in the timelines of the people who went through the DCf, that on the top of their timeline, it's written:

"Vermont Service Center" or "Texas Service center"...It's weird why did they wrote that if they go directly to Paris?

Do we have to deal with one of these services before DCF, or we just have to fill directly at the embassy?...

Do we have to declare anything to this services, before filling in Paris?

Thank you and sorry :blush:

R,

If the USC lives in the US, the normal place they will file I-130 is a Service Center (California, Texas, Nebraska, Vermont).

In a Direct Consular filing case, the I-130 is filed to the Consulate. A DCF does not use the Service Center.

You will eventually use the Service Center to file I-751, and to mail in your naturalization application, if desired.

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Hi, everybody...

I'm gonna go through DCF in France, so i've got a really silly asking, but i'm not sure so :blush:

Well, i noticed in the timelines of the people who went through the DCf, that on the top of their timeline, it's written:

"Vermont Service Center" or "Texas Service center"...It's weird why did they wrote that if they go directly to Paris?

Do we have to deal with one of these services before DCF, or we just have to fill directly at the embassy?...

Do we have to declare anything to this services, before filling in Paris?

Thank you and sorry :blush:

R,

If the USC lives in the US, the normal place they will file I-130 is a Service Center (California, Texas, Nebraska, Vermont).

In a Direct Consular filing case, the I-130 is filed to the Consulate. A DCF does not use the Service Center.

You will eventually use the Service Center to file I-751, and to mail in your naturalization application, if desired.

But what happens when the usc lives in the us, and can file in France -this country accepts filling from non usc residents- ?... :help:

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But what happens when the usc lives in the us, and can file in France -this country accepts filling from non usc residents- ?... :help:

Paris will accept I-130 from a US citizen who does not live in France.

In that case, there is no need to file anything at the Service Center until much much later (about 2 years).

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