I agree that there is no set time frame. Norfolk may differ from Arlington or Chicago, yet some applications are accidentally or intentionally delayed for months or even years. If it takes more than 120 days, then you have the right to file a lawsuit to get your naturalization application decided, so that a ceremony letter may be issued, if approved.
If you have concerns, then schedule an InfoPass. If it is taking too long and this is important enough to you, then consider filing a lawsuit against USCIS; it often works, where there is no legitimate reason to deny.
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there is not a schedule online , nor is there a set time. Make an infopass appointment to find out when thee will be a ceremony
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There is no set time. Depends on the local office and in some jurisdictions, also on the Federal Court's availability.
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