You don't ever go in to Ctrl + I screen to do this all you have to do is have the drives connected to the Intel SATA ports and enable RAID in the BIOS which will find the array.
The thing about migrating is its really for moving a array over with DATA on not an array with the OS on because the OS on that array is setup for the system it was setup for. Your DATA will be fine but don't expect the OS to just boot and run fine on the new setup.
Thank you! I successfully moved the raid array to a new motherboard without a hitch!