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They can take over a year if they sent it to a 'remote' adjudication center.
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Your wait is outside of normal situation. You should consult with a different lawyer. I would also schedule an infopass and taked to USCIS. These officers who do interviews also do rounds of duties as infopass informaiton officers and this is quite a good way to find out what is going on.
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USCIS has up to 90 days after an interview to render a decision on a case. In this situation, however, it is quite possible that the interviewing officer who since got transferred moved or misplaced your file. That's why so much delay I think. There is nothing else your lawyer or any other lawyer can do at this point, short of filing a Mandamus petition in federal court, to compel USCIS to render a decision on the case now.
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Sometimes things can end up this long but it certainly looks abnormal. Best Wishes!
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