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Can a CSC case be transferred to VSC?

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We moved to NY right after I got my conditional greencard. Than 1 and half year later we moved to CA and lived here 6 months before filing for ROC.

Do you think there is a chance the california service center would transfer our I 751 application to Vermont because we lived a great part of the conditional greencard in NY?

Anybody heard anything about cases like this?

thanks

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If you filed your ROC while living in California and you're still living in California, then your case stays with CSC. If you move to one of the Eastern states that is processed under VSC, then they'll transfer your file to VSC. They don't go by where you lived before.

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Cookie Cat describes the typical events in cases such as yours. In a more broader answer to your question, USCIS can at any time, and has in the past, transferred case loads between their various service centers, according to their internal workload metrics.

Good luck on your immigration journey.

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