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I had my interview back in February 2020, and received an 'unable to make a decision' notice.
I'm now looking at a lawsuit, but have a question.
I was interviewed at the Brooklyn NY field office, but I'm thinking of moving to a different state. Would I sue in Brooklyn federal court, or in the new state where I'll be living?
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I just finished talking to the asst US atty. I was informed that my file is still traveling around the USA. Well, it has to be ordered from my old District Office to the new one, then USCIS will get a chance to look at it and see what can be done. They have till Dec, 13 for now. Hopefully we'll hear some good news by then. Please pray for me!
The assistant US attorney was very courteous and professional. She told me that the whole issue lies on the new office's decision.
This is just a quick update regarding my case.