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Quick question, just out of curiosity.

Recently i called USCIS about my case and was told that it had been transferred to New York.
Normally I wouldn't bother myself with wondering why. But the agent seemed to believe I lived in New York and was genuinely surprised when he found out that I live in Minnesota (and never lived in NY for that matter)

He said its normal to transfer cases when there's a backlog but that he was very surprised that it was transferred to NY because 'NY is always backlogged'

Am I reading too much into this? Or is there a reason they may have transferred my case there even though it seems to also be a very busy office?

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