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Guys I was recently naturalized and now wants to apply for my mother. I live in Syracuse NY area. Can anyone tell which field office the petition will go into? The closest one is Vermont center I believe. Have you filed i130 from this area? Urgent and honest opinions required please

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Read the instructions that accompany the I-130 on the USCIS website. You don’t send it to a service center. You send it to the Chicago or Phoenix lock box based on your state of residency and the lock box employees assign it to the appropriate service center.  


 

 

 

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7 minutes ago, JFH said:

You asked this question 2 weeks ago. The answer hasn’t changed. 

 

 

I guess it's not so urgent if OP didnt bother to read or research past 2 weeks. 


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@JFH   Buffalo is on of the fastest field centers in USA especially for naturalization

@Roel  I know I will have to send petition to lockbox .I just want to know which field center it will go to because some centers take a long time and the processing in some is short.

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12 minutes ago, kamrankhan said:

@JFH   Buffalo is on of the fastest field centers in USA especially for naturalization

@Roel  I know I will have to send petition to lockbox .I just want to know which field center it will go to because some centers take a long time and the processing in some is short.

You have no control over the service center. The lock box makes that decision. It doesn’t go to a field office. It goes to a service center. 


 

 

 

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33 minutes ago, kamrankhan said:

@JFH   Buffalo is on of the fastest field centers in USA especially for naturalization

@Roel  I know I will have to send petition to lockbox .I just want to know which field center it will go to because some centers take a long time and the processing in some is short.

I would research the process more....It sounds like you are confusing the process with adjustment of status.....which is totally different.  I-130 cases are not serviced based on residence location.

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