Thousands of people have been applying so USCIS is probably backed up. You might try calling the customer service line but they wil likely tell you to continue waiting. We don't know how long the wait will be since this is a new program and so many people are applying.
Seattle Immigration Lawyer
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Unfortunately, no one knows the timelines yet. Good luck.
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It's hard to say - you can expect around a month, give or take a few weeks. No exact numbers on the wait time.
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I agree with the previous answers. The government has already granted a small number of approvals and it's great that you applied right away, so hopefully you won't have to wait too much longer. Keep checking online and be patient.
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