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I-751 -Will the Service center change because i moved?

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I have sent the Removal of conditions package to Vermont Service Center in May.

In July moved to Texas from NY, filled AR-11 online & got email confirmation about the new address.

NY= Vermont Center

Texas= California Center

End of August, called USCIS spoke to Tier 2 person, to double check if they have my current address entered in their system, to which she said yes. However when I asked her if my file will move from Vermont to California Center, she said currently file is in Vermont and wouldn't give me any more information.

Is there anyone on VJ who has gone through Address change during the Removal of conditions process with different service centers. In my case from Vermont to California, please share your experience.

Will there be a long delay because I have moved during the ROC process? Having filed from the slowest Service center on earth ( Vermont) & because of the fact that I have moved during ROC process, does this mean that I am going to be the last person in the group waiting for approval? That scares me.

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