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My fiancée and I sent the I-129f on october 2014. Unfortunatly we made a mistake in the check for the application fee. We recieved about a week later a rejection notice with our receipt beginning with SRC (at this time I was living in Arkansas, so it would have went to Texas Center). We’ve been traveling the last five months so we’ve just got the chance to re-put together our application. However I now live in Idaho (which means the application is suppose to go to Califonia Center now)

If i resend the form from a new address, will I recieve a new receipt number ? And is there a chance my file will be sent to the California Center instead of the Texas one.

My problem is : I am scared that if our SRC receipt number does not change then the file will have to go to TEXAS, and it will take much longer than if it were to go to California, with current processing times.

Thank you for your help !

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