Q: Good day Why is i751 case transfered to different offices
I applied for my i751 in January 2019
For 14 months receipt number was not recognized on the system.
Me and my spouse moved to a different city in the same state updated our address.
Then the reciept number was recognized
17 months passed submitted an inquiry
Then status changed 24 hours later to case was transferred to different office
And a second email followed stating case was transferred to local office for interview.
On the website for “egov” Update states “case was transferred to different office” not local.
On my USCIS website is states “we’ve received your case nothing is needed at this time etc..”
I filed from Nyc to Vermont .
I’m just trying to figure out should I be ready for an interview because me and my spouse separated 2 months ago (very abusive, have emails of threats to kill me and my kids) because I don’t want to give my entire paycheck to him and many other factors. I have filed a police report what else should I do I’m really stressed
A: If your spouse abused you, may be able to get the green card despite the fact that you separated. Time to speak with a lawyer.
A: THIS IS NOT A FAMILY LAW QUESTION. You need to get advice from immigration attorneys.
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