whats each of them do regarding the case? and when the case gets transferred to the local office ? i mean like Chicago office just make sure all the required documents are complete then they send the file to the local office ?
The local office will decide.
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Why are you asking these questions?
Many offices make many decisions along the way.
The 'final' decision is made by the person who talks to you in-person .. at your interview.
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Chicago office only gets to collect the applications. There is no adjudication in Chicago but on local level. Hence, your case is going to be decided in Pittsburgh and final stroke made in Philly.
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