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N-400 Processing in Two different cities?

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I applied for citizenship in Jan 2018, but at the time, my local address was closest to the San Francisco field office. However, my permanent address and mailing address has always been the one closest to the San Jose field office. I also got my fingerprints/biometrics done at the San Jose field office, but I recently scheduled an appointment with the SJ field office about name change, and during that time, the agent told me that I was expected to interview (when/if it comes) at the SF field office. He told me that it was probably b/c my local address at the time of submission was closest to the SF field office, but I'm curious how I can find out. Should I just go back and schedule another appointment to ask if I can be scheduled for the SJ field office since this is where I currently live? I've submitted the change of residence forms around two weeks back. Anybody go through something similar?


Also, sort of unrelated, but when I applied I originally asked for a name change. I found out a few months back that Norcal does not allow for name changes and I need to do it outside of USCIS. Would just checking the box for name change delay my application?

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