I need to know plz before I apply for green card which one is faster processing ..... is moving from California will make any delays for having the green card
No matter where you live, your asylum-based application will first go to a centralized location called Service Center (probably Nebraska) for the initial processing (including background checks). Then, the immigration office will decide whether your case should be approved without an interview there or should be forwarded to a field office for an interview/investigation, etc. If the case gets approved without an interview, it doesn't matter where you live. If the case requires an interview, then the I-485 processing time of a local field office may have impact. The processing time is generally available here: https://egov.uscis.gov/cris/processTimesDisplayInit.do.
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You should apply for the green card in the jurisdiction in which you actually reside.
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