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I filled my N400 in Texas but I have recently moved to New Mexico because of my job related issues. My question is , what am I suppose to do to transfer my case to New Mexico and will it expediate my processes time since my zip code has changed  Or vice verse ? Any opinion is accepted thanks . 


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Suggest you look at the residency requirements.

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3 hours ago, Boiler said:

Suggest you look at the residency requirements.

It shouldn't make a difference in this case. The residency requirement from my understanding is just for the initial application, e.g. one should be  a resident for 3 months in the district which they are applying. In this case he's already applied, and he just wants to move his case.


OP I'm unsure how how that'd effect your case, but from my understanding once you do an address change they should transfer your file over. Call the USCIS hotline and talk to a level 2 officer to make sure.

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