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Probably an obvious question, but how do I find my Field Office/Service Center? On my receipt notices, it came from the National Benefits Center in Lee's Summit, MO,.  I'm trying to check processing times with the tool on the USCIS site and that's not an option to select when trying to view processing times. I also live in Dallas, TX. Is something wrong here? My attorney mailed the AOS package to the USCIS Lockbox in Chicago, IL. I've gotten as far as the fingerprinting appointment so I doubt anything is wrong and I'm just being paranoid about a slow processing time, but I'll be thankful for any info! 

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You will be notified as to which local office will conduct your interview......likely to be Dallas, imo.

 

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Angola
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32 minutes ago, missileman said:

You will be notified as to which local office will conduct your interview......likely to be Dallas, imo.

 

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Thanks for the quick reply! So it’s basically just an estimate where your case is processing until you get your interview notice, and the NBC is where they just mail from? 

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Russia
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3 minutes ago, areixun said:

Thanks for the quick reply! So it’s basically just an estimate where your case is processing until you get your interview notice, and the NBC is where they just mail from? 

Your file can sit at NBC for a while if you are from backlogged country or your category is over subscribed. Once it leaves there it will reach local office. That number of days processing is like some one throwing a dart on a board. it is just an approximate processing time.


AOS Timeline: I-526 to I-485 

Priority date: 06 March 2018

Processing Center: California (WAC)

I-526 Petition filed : 06 Mar 2018

I-526 Approved: 26 Dec 2019

I-485 Filed: 03 Jan 2020 (delivered to Lockbox in Phoenix)

I-485 Rejected: 23 Jan 2020 ( wrongfully rejected by USCIS)

I-485 Refiled: 31st Jan 2020 (delivered to Lockbox in Phoenix)

I-485 Accepted: 05 Feb 2020 

I-485 check accepted: 05 Feb 2020

I-485 NOA Received: 10 Feb 2020

I-765/I-131: 13 Feb 2020 Mailed

I-765/I-131 Received by USCIS : 18 Feb 2020  

I-765-I-131 Accepted: 20 Feb 2020

I-765/I-131 Acceptance Text Received : 21 Feb 2020

I-765/I-131 NOA Received in Mail : 28 Feb 2020

I-765 & I-131 Approved : 28 May 2020

I-765 & I-131 Approval Notice in Mailbox  : 01  June 2020

I-765 & I-131 Combo Card Sent Notice  : 02  June 2020

I-765 & I-131 Combo Card  Mailed with USPS  : 03  June 2020

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5 minutes ago, areixun said:

Thanks for the quick reply! So it’s basically just an estimate where your case is processing until you get your interview notice, and the NBC is where they just mail from? 

I think it is usually the closet office to your address, but they have leveled the local office work loads in some areas....by moving cases.


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