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English translation: relocation of forms

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English term or phrase:Reloc Sent
English translation:relocation of forms
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18:22 Oct 22, 2005
English to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Government / Politics
English term or phrase: Reloc Sent
also Reloc Rec'd - these appear in forms by Dept Homeland Security/INS
xxxdenny
Local time: 08:46
relocation of forms
Explanation:
To ensure that you complete your application correctly, you should carefully read any notices, warnings, or explanations on the FEP before you print (or download) the form itself, fill it out and send it to USCIS. Be sure to verify the filing location of the forms for the specific benefit you are seeking. Links from the Filing Locations portion of the forms list or the FEP will take you to the State map of Field Offices where you can find the District Office, Sub Office or Service Center with jurisdiction over your place of residence or responsibility for processing your particular petition or application.

Many Immigration ("I") or Naturalization ("N") forms have detailed instructions about where to file and those instructions may vary with specific circumstances. Although we have attempted to give a brief answer as to required fees and locations to file these forms, please carefully read the information on the form's FEP and on its instructions. Failure to file forms with the correct office or with the correct fee may result application or petition being returned to you and additional delays in processing. (Please do NOT mail your application or petition to the "HQPDI" address on any form, that address is for submitting comments on the form itself.)
http://uscis.gov/graphics/formsfee/forms/forminfo.htm

From the above, it seems, that the filing location is an important issue. On the other hand, it is quite possible, that it becomes necessary to relocate the file for some reason.
Because the 'Reloc Sent' and Reloc Received' are for official use, it is fairly safe to say, that these notes are there to record the fact (and as the forms show, also the date) of the form being sent to a different location within the system, and the fact that the form was received by the other office.
The order of the two also indicates that the office holding the form in the first place sends it on, to be received by the other office at a (somewhat) later date.
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juvera
Local time: 14:46
Grading comment
Thanks to all. I am sorry, I has to decline the first answer but if I had not done so, I'm afraid I would not have received the information I needed.
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reloc sent
relocation of forms


Explanation:
To ensure that you complete your application correctly, you should carefully read any notices, warnings, or explanations on the FEP before you print (or download) the form itself, fill it out and send it to USCIS. Be sure to verify the filing location of the forms for the specific benefit you are seeking. Links from the Filing Locations portion of the forms list or the FEP will take you to the State map of Field Offices where you can find the District Office, Sub Office or Service Center with jurisdiction over your place of residence or responsibility for processing your particular petition or application.

Many Immigration ("I") or Naturalization ("N") forms have detailed instructions about where to file and those instructions may vary with specific circumstances. Although we have attempted to give a brief answer as to required fees and locations to file these forms, please carefully read the information on the form's FEP and on its instructions. Failure to file forms with the correct office or with the correct fee may result application or petition being returned to you and additional delays in processing. (Please do NOT mail your application or petition to the "HQPDI" address on any form, that address is for submitting comments on the form itself.)
http://uscis.gov/graphics/formsfee/forms/forminfo.htm

From the above, it seems, that the filing location is an important issue. On the other hand, it is quite possible, that it becomes necessary to relocate the file for some reason.
Because the 'Reloc Sent' and Reloc Received' are for official use, it is fairly safe to say, that these notes are there to record the fact (and as the forms show, also the date) of the form being sent to a different location within the system, and the fact that the form was received by the other office.
The order of the two also indicates that the office holding the form in the first place sends it on, to be received by the other office at a (somewhat) later date.

juvera
Local time: 14:46
Works in field
Native speaker of: Native in HungarianHungarian
PRO pts in category: 8
Grading comment
Thanks to all. I am sorry, I has to decline the first answer but if I had not done so, I'm afraid I would not have received the information I needed.

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Ken Cox: I was just making my comment to willmatter's answer while you were posting this. Pity that the asker declined a reasonable answer.
6 mins
  -> Thanks. Indeed, but without an explanation it was difficult to understand what the relocation was referring to. Usually we would talk about people relocation, not documents, like here.

agree  Dave Calderhead: Sounds superbly bureaucratic, to keep the files moving to follow the citizen around or even preceed them on the move, and thus almost certainly the right answer
37 mins
  -> Isn't it just! Obviously, you can only do it once, thought. Thanks.
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