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Question for those who have been auto-expedited (USC abroad)

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Question for those who were auto-expedited:

Did any of you receive a transfer notice at some point between you NOA1 and NOA2?

We are filing from abroad, received our NOA1 dated on 9/10/2012 and on 9/18/2012 it shows a transfer to another office because of jurisdiction. We were going to CSC originally, don't know yet where we've been transfered to.

I just want to know if we can still hope for the auto-expedite or if this means we were thrown into the regular line!

thanks!!


07/10/2012: Married!

USCIS:

09/04/2012: I-130 sent from Santiago, Chile (USC living abroad)

09/07/2012: NOA1 Date - California Service Center

09/18/2012: Case transferred to NBC for processing

09/24/2012: Case transferred to another office for processing

11/29/2012: NOA2. Yeah!!!

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