i receive the latter from uscis on feb 19 ,2013
On February 19, 2013, we transferred your I485, APPLICATION TO REGISTER PERMANENT RESIDENCE OR TO ADJUST STATUS, to your local USCIS Office for further processing. The new office has jurisdiction over your case and will send you a decision as soon as processing is complete or you will be notified if further information or action is needed. If you move, please use our Change of Address online tool to update your case with your new address.
and also i receive another latter for biometric on april 24, 2013 for I-589 i finished my finger print on 27th april 2013 and still i am waiting for result i dont know what is next
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i was entry to U.S by my father asylum after my entry after two years i applied for green card meanwhile in this processing time my father become citizen then after 7 months USCIS send me a mail ---you are not longer under your father asylum you have to apply your asylum file ,then file I-589 in 01/04 /2013 i finished my biometric but until now i didn't have any answer from immigration .and my I-485 is still in pending ...but i am confused because some people told me your case is not easy they are not going to give you green card so i am worry i have a business and i want to move from California to charlotte so what can i do what is the solution .......thanks - edit
First of all, under no circumstances should you move from the most liberal asylum (not only) jurisdiction in the entire US to the "deep" south, where they are only "friendly" towards German and Japanese executives working for the local BMW, Toyota and Honda plant.. Can you imagine how asylum applicants are treated down South? (You don't want to know..)
Your chances of getting your own asylum case are great in the SF district, and especially so if your parents were already granted and you fled your country of birth at the same time as them.. Hire the best attorney money can buy in San Jose or SF to represent and assist you in this case, if you haven't do so already.. Your future in this country is at stake, and if you think to be able to pull this yourself, you'll be in for a bitter surprise, and it might be too late by then... I hope you are smarter than that.
Retain an immigration attorney experienced in asylum cases to represent you. An attorney may also - after a review of your case - find that you have alternative means of adjusting status. In the mean time you may be eligible for DACA or TPS.
Forum shopping is a big No No. You must file your application according to the location of your permanent residence.
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