If you are filing a new action (modification), assuming your county is the proper venue, then you just file your modification action in your county, making sure you include a copy of your parenting plan. There is no formal process to transfer venue.
You need to file your modification in the proper county. I would not recommend filing it in an improper county and then wait for someone to ask it be moved (unless some some special circumstance demands this happen). You should talk to a lawyer about this issue and get guidance.
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