Green card through approved I-360 transferred to USCIS-NBC. What to expect?

On March 2016 I applied for form I-485 through
an approved I-360. On April I received the work
permit and on beginning of May I got the
fingerprinting done and also was notified that
my case was transferred to USCIS-NBC. The
note says they will send me a decision on my
case.
What does that mean? Any chance I will not be
called for an interview? How long would it take
to finish my case?

Asked on May 13, 2016 under Immigration Law, Connecticut

Answers:

SB Member California Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney

Answered 4 years ago | Contributor

It might take several months before a decision is reached.  Cases are often transferred for various reasons between the centers .  It does not mean anything one way or another in your particular situation.  Just sit tight and wait for the decision.  You can also try to make an INFOPASS appointment to find out the status of your case but if nothing in the system is yet updated, you will not get anything more than the transfer notice you got.


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