I agree with my colleague and add that a transfer will delay things.
J Charles Ferrari
Eng & Nishimura
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complete and submit AR-11, because your case is already at your district, make info pass and inform them.
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Should not have waited until the last minute. Will certainly delay for at least 3-6 months if you move case to different office. I would keep it at all cost. If you move you will land in the que of the new office not be treated as a priority since you are a transfer. Yes, you can make an infopass appointment online at www.uscis.gov but it still entails you going to the office and asking them to transfer case to new office or you can write them and you can also call the National Customer Service 1-800-375 number on your I-797 Notice of Action receipt at the bottom but bad idea. Also, change your address online using AR-11 at www.uscis.gov.