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currently im a long way off this part of the process but i want to read up on it nonetheless. ive seen some people have biometrics taken at locations a long way from where theyre currently living.

a guy from chigaco said his was in kentucky

ill be moving to jefferson SD to get married and live. will they pick a place a similar distance away?


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You can find your ASC (where your biometrics will be) by entering your zipcode here:

https://egov.uscis.gov/crisgwi/go?action=offices.type&OfficeLocator.office_type=ASC

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I think the guy you referenced in your example was actually traveling and was asking if he could take his biometrics at the faraway location he was at instead of needing to go home to do it.

In my case I put a different mailing address and physical address and I believe USCIS messed up and scheduled us for everything at the mailing address. That seems like an error on their part, though.

I'm fairly certain people get scheduled for their nearest field office. For biometrics you are assigned a location but a lot of people have had luck going to other places, especially if you go with letter in hand and at the day and time scheduled for you.

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