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my aos case was transferred to california service center (i am from new york)... any idea what this could mean? is thee some hidden underlying msg!?!

That's GOOD NEWS no interview. CONGRATS


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Some people get transferred to CSC. It's usually because your local office is way behind on applications. We're from NY also, and we got transferred last month. Usually, they will approve your GC without an interview.

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my aos case was transferred to california service center (i am from new york)... any idea what this could mean? is thee some hidden underlying msg!?!

The hidden underlying message is - most likely - your case didn't appear to warrant an interview so it was shipped out to CSC to be processed. (Keep in mind though - although rarely - some cases are booted back to their local office for interview. In all likelihood you'll end up adjudicated without interview.) :thumbs:

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my aos case was transferred to california service center (i am from new york)... any idea what this could mean? is thee some hidden underlying msg!?!

The hidden underlying message is - most likely - your case didn't appear to warrant an interview so it was shipped out to CSC to be processed. (Keep in mind though - although rarely - some cases are booted back to their local office for interview. In all likelihood you'll end up adjudicated without interview.) :thumbs:

Or could it be that NYC office is still working on applications from over a year ago, so they transfer NYC k-1 cases to CSC?

Either way, it's good news. :thumbs:

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Or could it be that NYC office is still working on applications from over a year ago, so they transfer NYC k-1 cases to CSC?

Either way, it's good news. :thumbs:

Most likely...

Hey, if a case gets transfered, then can they assume that there are no RFEs?

Just wonderin',

hz


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Or could it be that NYC office is still working on applications from over a year ago, so they transfer NYC k-1 cases to CSC?

Either way, it's good news. :thumbs:

Most likely...

Hey, if a case gets transfered, then can they assume that there are no RFEs?

Just wonderin',

hz

I asked the same question a few weeks ago and I was told you can receive an RFE at anytime prior to approval.

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