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case transfer before bio appt...should i do a walk in?

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Australia
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hello VJ! good afternoon!

looking for a bit of advice!

seems like everything is happening backwards for us. we got our biometrics letter before our NOA1's, and as of yesterday, our case has been transferred to CSC before we've even gone for biometrics! my husband's biometrics is scheduled for may 30th in elizabeth, nj. i've heard that this particular ASC doesn't allow walk ins and i also know that a walk in biometrics appointment won't necessarily speed up our case, but under the circumstances of our case already being transferred - should we attempt a walk in? whether it be in elizabeth or elsewhere?

let me know what you think!

danielle

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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Being transferred has nothing to do with biometrics. There is no rush to go do it now because it was transferred. If you want to rush and try to do a walk in you can, but no reason to.


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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Australia
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Being transferred has nothing to do with biometrics. There is no rush to go do it now because it was transferred. If you want to rush and try to do a walk in you can, but no reason to.

I realize that, but I wasn't sure if it would speed it up at all since the case is already on it's way to CSC. Thank you!

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I realize that, but I wasn't sure if it would speed it up at all since the case is already on it's way to CSC. Thank you!

It'll probably be at least 5 months at CSC, possibly 7 or 8 so I doubt attempting the biometrics a couple of weeks early would speed up anything.

People transferred in December are still waiting.

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