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Vermont cases being transferred to different office?

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I just got a notice that my case is now transferred to another USCIS office and that office has jurisdiction over my case. Does this have to do with the backlog in Vermont? Anyone else get this?

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I really don't know, I think it's absolutely ludactris being that my case has been at the Vermont center for 6 months and now they have decided to move it to another location. I am now afraid that it's gonna take even longer to be approved.

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I think they are doing it because they know it's been too long so it's a positive development...time will tell hos long it will take for approval but at California people get approved so fast we have to be at the front of the line after 5/6 months.

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Every case is different.

I usually think that, USCIS tends to investigate more deeply, those who have lawyers. Possibly, thinking they might have some hurdles they can't overcome by themselves. Just saying!!!

Regardless, it's a process that will be over soon.

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That didn't need to be said Beginning777...unnecessary and negative... and no - my husband doesn't have any 'hurdles' and neither do I. Both never been arrested, both University educated (he at Yale - thank you very much) and hardworking, and both trying to work through this as fast as possible - hence the lawyer.

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Yes mwah1 you are right cases has been approving that was sent in days before mine as well as after mine. I think it all depends on the person who is handling the case. I'm hoping that this won't take as long.

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My case was stuck over 9 months in Missouri and moved to Nebraska for faster processing/ along with a letter saying if i did not hear in 60 days / send inquiry and they gave me an email ID

after all the holidays past i sent out the email as it was 90 days but they had left the Missouri MCS ----------as my number and the response i got back was "can not locate this packet as it should be in Missouri and they don't have it:

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That didn't need to be said Beginning777...unnecessary and negative... and no - my husband doesn't have any 'hurdles' and neither do I. Both never been arrested, both University educated (he at Yale - thank you very much) and hardworking, and both trying to work through this as fast as possible - hence the lawyer.

Why did you take that personal? Lawyers don't and can't make anything go faster.

I took your post way more unnecessary and negative than the original one.

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