You can try to do this, but it is unclear whether it will cause complications at USCIS. However, I've never heard of any complications from completing your fingerprints earlier at a different ASC, where the ASC agrees to accept you earlier. Of course, you must bring your receipt and there is no guarantee that you will be accepted at the other ASC. Good luck.
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It is a REALLY bad idea to go to a different ASC appointment office, you are tempting fate and more than that endangering your case. That said, you can go early and if you decide to do it this way, (1) make sure they STAMP your notice of appointment, and (2) you keep the STAMP copy so you have proof you got your biometrics done. Finally, it is very problematic that your appointment is not convenient as the ASC is supposed to be tied to your address they have on file; be certain they have your correct address by calling the USCIS customer service number. See an AILA immigration attorney in any event if you need more advice and to follow up
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