I am seeking legal representation in suing USCIS for delayed processing of naturalization eligibility application dating over 13 months now.
Drop the idea. Consult with an immigration attorney before you sue anyone for anything related to Naturalization.
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Don't expect to win. It will be hard to show they treated your case in a way that caused you harm.
You will need to directly contact a few immigration attorneys in your area because attorneys are not allowed to 'bid' for a client.
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You can file a petition for naturalization/writ of mandamus with the US District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. You should get an answer within 60 days of the lawsuit. Don't try to do it yourself.