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Why is there such a huge difference in processing times between all the offices in the US? San Diego is 5-11 months and San Fernando goes up to 33 months!

 

How do you know which office is going to process the form?

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The data here is only as reliable as the figures reported by the individual members. Some people make a mistake with the year, thus adding 12 or 24 months to their timeline here, completely unknowingly. That then skews all the other data. 


 

 

 

 

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Just now, Anna92 said:

Why is there such a huge difference in processing times between all the offices in the US? San Diego is 5-11 months and San Fernando goes up to 33 months!

 

How do you know which office is going to process the form?

Size of the Office, size of the queue, local officehandles more than just green card interviews.  Many factors


YMMV

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Just now, JFH said:

The data here is only as reliable as the figures reported by the individual members. Some people make a mistake with the year, thus adding 12 or 24 months to their timeline here, completely unknowingly. That then skews all the other data. 

I got the processing times from the USCIS website

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2 minutes ago, JFH said:

The data here is only as reliable as the figures reported by the individual members. Some people make a mistake with the year, thus adding 12 or 24 months to their timeline here, completely unknowingly. That then skews all the other data. 

Op is referring to USCIS reported times


YMMV

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1 hour ago, Anna92 said:

Why is there such a huge difference in processing times between all the offices in the US? San Diego is 5-11 months and San Fernando goes up to 33 months!

 

How do you know which office is going to process the form?

Depends on how many applications they get, how many people there are working in the office etc etc. You can check what your local office is via https://www.uscis.gov/about-us/find-uscis-office/field-offices.

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