To neither. Since 2005? All I-485 adjustment of status applications from wherever in the US are filed with the so-called "National Benefits Center" of USCIS, the lockbox located in Chicago. Check the USICS website for the address and instructions.
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Go to www.uscis.gov and read the instructions closely. I'm sure you will find that Mr. Behar is correct ... Chicago.
I suggest that you contact a lawyer ... having an I-130 'floating' out there can cause problems.
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Are you an immediate relative of a USC? Please confirm with a professional whether the benefit is available to you before you file.
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