The California Service Center is sending I-130's to various local offices as well as other service centers for processing.
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You would have to ask USCIS.
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Case is not beyond normal processing times till 30 days after the date listed on as current processing date.
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The I-130 petition was most likely sent to 131 South Dearborn 3rd FL, Chicago, IL 60603, correct? This is just a "lockbox" where they collect the money and then they forward the petition to a service center. I do not know what their criteria is for determining which service center to send it to but I can tell you that I do not really pay attention to those processing times. My estimate on spouse I-130 petitions is anywhere from 4-8 months.