60 days is the norm ... yes, it can take longer in certain cases. Talk to an attorney and have him/her review your file.
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I would have an immigration lawyer review your paperwork. Find one who will offer a free consultation.
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Generally these cases have been taking approximately 9 months. However, getting an RFE may cause some delays. Best to you.Ask a similar question