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Case transferred back to the local office means what??

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Our AOS case was transferred to CSC (california) on June 14th (after the Biometrics were completed on June 3rd). We just recieved the email with the following:

On August 4, 2010, we transferred this case I485 APPLICATION TO REGISTER PERMANENT RESIDENCE OR TO ADJUST STATUS to our JACKSONVILLE, FL location for processing and sent you a notice explaining this action.....

I was hoping and praying the transfer to CSC meant no interview....but now... :( With the transfer back to the local office, does this mean an interview is coming????

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Yup, an interview is coming.


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Our AOS case was transferred to CSC (california) on June 14th (after the Biometrics were completed on June 3rd). We just recieved the email with the following:

On August 4, 2010, we transferred this case I485 APPLICATION TO REGISTER PERMANENT RESIDENCE OR TO ADJUST STATUS to our JACKSONVILLE, FL location for processing and sent you a notice explaining this action.....

I was hoping and praying the transfer to CSC meant no interview....but now... :( With the transfer back to the local office, does this mean an interview is coming????

If an interview is coming, will the "notice" referenced in the email case status contain the interview date? How long will we have to wait to know our interview date?

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You got your case transferred back because more than likely your local office is handling the case quicker than csc. If your marriage is legitimate then the interview is nothing to worry about.

That slightly calms my freak out. Thanks so much! My job has us travelling out of state for a few months, and I am curious as to how far in advance I will know the interview appointment...

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That slightly calms my freak out. Thanks so much! My job has us travelling out of state for a few months, and I am curious as to how far in advance I will know the interview appointment...

I don't know the answer to that....but I can tell you....an interview for AOS in the Jacksonville office is not nearly as bad as a K-1 interview at the Casa consulate.

Best wishes!

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