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Hey guys,

 

I have posted here before about moving and the ready for interview status date changing from "as of march 2" to "as of august 4" and possibly having fallen to the bottom of the waitlist for the interview all over again but I haven't been able to get an answer...

 

This time I just wanted to ask, what have you guys' experience been with service requests and the timeline for that?

 

I submitted a service request on August 18, saying in the notes that I have moved less than a mile from my old address and asking if it really means I've fallen to the bottom of the waitlist. However, it still says "service request currently not assigned to anyone for processing". I was just wondering when I should expect a response for that.

 

Thanks!

 

(Today marks Day 231 since I submitted the forms)

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13 hours ago, bunkx said:

Hey guys,

 

I have posted here before about moving and the ready for interview status date changing from "as of march 2" to "as of august 4" and possibly having fallen to the bottom of the waitlist for the interview all over again but I haven't been able to get an answer...

 

This time I just wanted to ask, what have you guys' experience been with service requests and the timeline for that?

 

I submitted a service request on August 18, saying in the notes that I have moved less than a mile from my old address and asking if it really means I've fallen to the bottom of the waitlist. However, it still says "service request currently not assigned to anyone for processing". I was just wondering when I should expect a response for that.

 

Thanks!

 

(Today marks Day 231 since I submitted the forms)

 

Usually change of address in the same state is fine and does not delay the processing as long it falls under the same jurisdiction of the USCIS local office.  If you moved to another state then your file has to be transferred to another USCIS office that is where the delays happens.

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11 hours ago, DECKKAM said:

am applying for AOS base on spouse with a B1/B2 Visa...i can post my document to my state uscis office or to d chicago lock box 

Chicago lockbox! 

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14 hours ago, DECKKAM said:

PLS CAN I ADD PHOTOCOPIES OF MY KIDS BIRTH CERT IN DOCUMENTS(AOS) TO BE SENT USCIS 

You can add whatever you want... Pretty sure that's a required document anyway if you're applying for them also. 

 

But, I don't know why you're posting under my thread... This is completely unrelated.

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On 9/7/2017 at 7:20 AM, DECKKAM said:

am applying for AOS base on spouse with a B1/B2 Visa...i can post my document to my state uscis office or to d chicago lock box 

Please create your own thread to ask specific questions. All documents for AOS is under guide in the forum. Check it out there.

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