I received a notice this morning for my spouse's case! This is the third (or may be fourth) time they have transferred the case! The notice reads:
On May 16, 2011, we transferred this I485 APPLICATION TO REGISTER PERMANENT RESIDENCE OR TO ADJUST STATUS to our TEXAS SERVICE CENTER location for processing because they now have jurisdiction over the case. .......
During this step, USCIS initiates the background checks of the applicant/petitioner and identifies issues that may need to .........
All standard stuff. Not sure what that means. We are getting current on June 1st. I have not received any such notice for my case, only for my spouse's case.
By the way, we have never been interviewed, have provided fingerprints probably three times.
Does that mean that now the case needs additional 4 to 6 months of processing?
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And obviously, with consideration for the reputation of the company, I would expect that Nikon doesn't sell refurbished cameras that have any notable faults (scrapes, scratches, dust, etc) - if the damage isn't in an easy to replace part, the camera is probably used for scrap parts for other repair projects, or just destroyed.
Of course, I would check what the terms and conditions for returns, refunds and warranty is - are you paying less because you get less warranty, or simply because it has 10 or 100 exposures on the "clock", or because you get less warranty or other rights to complain?