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I-751 and N400 in two regions?

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Dear all, 

 

My 90-day ahead window for N400 application is about to open, and my I-751 is still pending (filed Jan 2018 to Vermont Service Center).  When I filed for I-751, I lived in upstate New York, and therefore the address we used was also in New York.  However, I moved to Washington DC last summer (in July 2018) for work.  My husband and I still jointly own a house in upstate New York, and at the same time we also hold a joint lease here in DC.  Do you think it matters which field office I file my N400 to? Would it be a mess if my I-751 biometrics was done in Syracuse but my N400 is going to be filed in DC? Should I still use our upstate NY address for N400 filing? 

 

Thank you very much!

 

 


09/14/2015 - AOS Package Mailed (I-130, I-485, I-864, I-765, I-131)


09/17/2015 - AOS delivered and signed for


09/28/2015 - NOA assigned by USCIS


10//01/2015 - Biometrics Appointment letter received


10/05/2015 - notification of I-485 RFE sent out


10/14/2015 - Biometrics Appointment for EAD/AOS


10/27/2015 - USCIS received RFE response, begins working on the case again


11/23/2015 - EAD/AP approved, new card is in production


11/23/2015 - I-485 case ready to be scheduled for an interview


12/02/2015 - EAD/AP card received


1/13/2016 - interview is scheduled on Feb 16th, 2016


2/16/2016 - interview canceled due to imminent weather


3/16/2016 - 2nd interview scheduled for Apr 20th, 2016


4/20/2016 - Green card approved.

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You may need to notify them of the change of address and your file will transfer to Dc. It is imperative to do so since you moved for work, hopefully permanent.

It may slow down the process a bit as it does with any bit of add/delete to a file.

Once you reach the timeline for N400 filing, you will need to use your DC address.

You can submit your Q&A to the Washington  D.C. sub forum which will be easier.

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when i applied for the i751 i was living in Atlanta GA, moved to Michigan immediately after i filled it. 

I751 application was still pending ( almost 11 months) when i applied for the N400 online. 

luckily I751 was approved without an interview. 

and now i am waiting  for my N400 interview in Detroit. 

i dont think changing address would slow down your application. 

Good luck. 

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On 1/19/2019 at 6:59 PM, hudhud said:

when i applied for the i751 i was living in Atlanta GA, moved to Michigan immediately after i filled it. 

I751 application was still pending ( almost 11 months) when i applied for the N400 online. 

luckily I751 was approved without an interview. 

and now i am waiting  for my N400 interview in Detroit. 

i dont think changing address would slow down your application. 

Good luck. 

Thank you very much for sharing this! 


09/14/2015 - AOS Package Mailed (I-130, I-485, I-864, I-765, I-131)


09/17/2015 - AOS delivered and signed for


09/28/2015 - NOA assigned by USCIS


10//01/2015 - Biometrics Appointment letter received


10/05/2015 - notification of I-485 RFE sent out


10/14/2015 - Biometrics Appointment for EAD/AOS


10/27/2015 - USCIS received RFE response, begins working on the case again


11/23/2015 - EAD/AP approved, new card is in production


11/23/2015 - I-485 case ready to be scheduled for an interview


12/02/2015 - EAD/AP card received


1/13/2016 - interview is scheduled on Feb 16th, 2016


2/16/2016 - interview canceled due to imminent weather


3/16/2016 - 2nd interview scheduled for Apr 20th, 2016


4/20/2016 - Green card approved.

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