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transferring case to another centre

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Hi everyone!

At first want to thank people who created this site and fill it with information!

My situation is: our case was sent from California Service centre to Texas cervice centre without any reason, and we didn't know anything about it until called CSC by ourselves. Now we were told that we should expect an RFE, because the adress of receiver on all of our papers is Californian, not Texas. I mean papers such as letter of intentions, for example. We haven't had A-number (or the number of case, which we should use to check the status on the USCIS site or when calling to centre), and neither we had a RFE connected to this circumstances, as it supposed to appear( by e-mail or what?). But we sent the second copy of all of the papers, with corrected adress to new location, Texas centre.

As we were told our case is quite ok, counting numerous evidence of relationship and the accuracy of filling everything, we are just waiting for papers patiently.

so my question is- how is it possible that centre send an RFE because of their misunderstoods between centres? how long usually it takes, after sending them everything they asked for, to correct the case and make an approval? has someone been in such a situation?

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First of all you sent your petition to Dallas TX as indicated in the instructions, correct?

Does not really matter that you addressed your letter of intent or other such documents to USCIS California as the TX location sends your petition to the appropriate place, and I believe they know you are simply addressing USCIS with your documents. I can't imagine an RFE for this. Don't worry.


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