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Landed in the abyss of the TSC - can I change?

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Originally, I'm from California. I live in Pennsylvania right now, but I have enough family in California that I could have (had I known about the processing times) used for the address. I filed back in February, and seeing as the TSC is just now processing forms from September of last year, I'm getting anxious. If I change my address on the website, would it change the service center that processes the form?

What if I re-submitted the application again from the start with a California address?

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Originally, I'm from California. I live in Pennsylvania right now, but I have enough family in California that I could have (had I known about the processing times) used for the address. I filed back in February, and seeing as the TSC is just now processing forms from September of last year, I'm getting anxious. If I change my address on the website, would it change the service center that processes the form?

What if I re-submitted the application again from the start with a California address?

Changing your address will not change service centers. Canceling your current application and then resubmitting would be quite a gamble and $300+ out the window. I would suggest searching for some other posts on this subject as it has been discussed at some length. I believe the cancellation part takes some time and, personally, I would not want to be in the position where my fiance needed to explain why two different petitions were filed if the embassy were to ask during his interview. Finally, I don't know where what you're suggesting would fall on the spectrum of fraud as it's your family's address and not yours, but once again I wouldn't want to put myself in that position.

TSC sucks for sure. You're already a few months in though, so you're likely looking at a decision around Sept/Oct if processing times don't change much. Please do fill in your timeline. You can get more precise estimates that way, aside from generally helping out the community here. Good luck

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