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Hello everyone! This is my first time to post here hoping to get some answer to my question.

I originally filed my I-751 application to CSC in June(California Service Center) as required. I was hoping to receive my GC this month since it's been six months already and some people I know got theirs in two weeks time after they sent their application to CSC (in fact later than I did). But in December I received a letter from USCIS informing me they relocated my application to the service center close to my place (Milwaukee) for Adjudication, and that I have to wait for another notice for my interview date.

It made me wonder why. Does anyone in this forum has the same experience? What might be the reason that they had to relocate my application from CSC to Milwaukee? Some people I know they received their GC without any interview. I doubled check my package before I sent it to make sure I did not overlook anything, its well organized too to make the job easier for USCIS staff.

Any insight or comment to enlighten my mind would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks and Happy new year to everyone!

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Hello everyone! This is my first time to post here hoping to get some answer to my question.

I originally filed my I-751 application to CSC in June(California Service Center) as required. I was hoping to receive my GC this month since it's been six months already and some people I know got theirs in two weeks time after they sent their application to CSC (in fact later than I did). But in December I received a letter from USCIS informing me they relocated my application to the service center close to my place (Milwaukee) for Adjudication, and that I have to wait for another notice for my interview date.

It made me wonder why. Does anyone in this forum has the same experience? What might be the reason that they had to relocate my application from CSC to Milwaukee? Some people I know they received their GC without any interview. I doubled check my package before I sent it to make sure I did not overlook anything, its well organized too to make the job easier for USCIS staff.

Any insight or comment to enlighten my mind would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks and Happy new year to everyone!

Could be from lack of evidence or maybe just got unlucky and you were a random check!


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Hello everyone! This is my first time to post here hoping to get some answer to my question.

I originally filed my I-751 application to CSC in June(California Service Center) as required. I was hoping to receive my GC this month since it's been six months already and some people I know got theirs in two weeks time after they sent their application to CSC (in fact later than I did). But in December I received a letter from USCIS informing me they relocated my application to the service center close to my place (Milwaukee) for Adjudication, and that I have to wait for another notice for my interview date.

It made me wonder why. Does anyone in this forum has the same experience? What might be the reason that they had to relocate my application from CSC to Milwaukee? Some people I know they received their GC without any interview. I doubled check my package before I sent it to make sure I did not overlook anything, its well organized too to make the job easier for USCIS staff.

Any insight or comment to enlighten my mind would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks and Happy new year to everyone!

Could be from lack of evidence or maybe just got unlucky and you were a random check!

They could also be moving to your local office for an interview. Good luck :thumbs:


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They are scheduling you for an interview and that is why your file was sent to the local office. They schedule interviews for two reasons - the evidence isn't strong enough for them to decide on its own so they want to talk to you in person, or you were randomly selected for an interview. They need to conduct a certain number of interviews so even though there may be nothing amiss with your file and you have lots of evidence, you get selected for an interview.

In either case, don't worry. Bring along the originals of the copies that you selected and add to it any other evidence that you have that will show your marriage is a real marriage and not entered into for the purpose of getting a green card.

Good luck.


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Hi Poetry (what an interesting VJ user name),

Welcome to posting on VJ! I think them moving your file from the CSC to your local service center can be seen as a good thing, as it could mean that you would be called for an interview at your local center. And thus more likely you will approved after your interview. And yes, it does help them you organized your file with all the relevant joint evidence when you submitted it in, which will help with the approval there too. As long as you submitted everything, be honest, and have a good case, you've got nothing to worry about (and should probably expect your 10yr card soon after).

Good luck with the rest of your immigration journey too.

Ant (Still waiting at the VSC...)

Hello everyone! This is my first time to post here hoping to get some answer to my question.

I originally filed my I-751 application to CSC in June(California Service Center) as required. I was hoping to receive my GC this month since it's been six months already and some people I know got theirs in two weeks time after they sent their application to CSC (in fact later than I did). But in December I received a letter from USCIS informing me they relocated my application to the service center close to my place (Milwaukee) for Adjudication, and that I have to wait for another notice for my interview date.

It made me wonder why. Does anyone in this forum has the same experience? What might be the reason that they had to relocate my application from CSC to Milwaukee? Some people I know they received their GC without any interview. I doubled check my package before I sent it to make sure I did not overlook anything, its well organized too to make the job easier for USCIS staff.

Any insight or comment to enlighten my mind would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks and Happy new year to everyone!


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Hello Poetry, welcome to VJ

Now that you know that you need to go for a new interview is very important to complete the package that will go with you in the interview. Let us know exactly what you sent with your I-751?? That way we can help you with recomendations of other documents that you can use.

Good luck and please keep in touch for any news.


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