Click on USCIS website link below, then choose appropriate Service Center at bottom of the USCIS web page:
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At which USCIS Service Center is my petition filed?
Some applications/petitions are filed according to the state of employment or residence, others
are filed based on the type of filing. Your filing receipt number will indicate which Service Center
receipted your application/petition: WAC stands for Western Adjudication Center
(California Service Center), EAC for Eastern Adjudication Center (Vermont Service Center),
LIN for Lincoln (Nebraska Service Center), TSC for Texas Service Center,
and NBC for National Benefits Center (Missouri Service Center).
If your application/petition was filed according to the state of employment or residence, you can
look up your Service Center using the USCIS
Service Center Locator (click on the state where your employment is located, and the "Service Center"
column will show the USCIS Service Center where your petition was most likely filed). Note that there
are some applications that must be filed with a specific Service Center regardless of where an applicant
or petitioner lives; also note that applications/petitions may be transferred among the various
Service Centers depending on backlog workload.