Three ways to approach this issue: 1. Continue waiting and being frustrated. 2. Make an infopass and try to talk to a USCIS officer. 3. Hire an experienced immigration attorney.
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Mr. Segal gave you 3 excellent options to choose from.
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Like my colleague stated, you have various options:
1. Keep on waiting and vent your frustration on general forums such as this, which will achieve nothing and not solve your problem, or
2. Make an INFOPASS appointment at USCIS to inquire in person with an "information" officer who will tell you absolutely nothing you did not know before, but will be willing to do nothing to solve your predicament, or
3. Call the USCIS nationwide toll free 800 number, wait about 1.5 hours on hold, only to speak with a "contractor" whose language you will not even comprehend and who will not be able to do anything for you aside from sending in a "service request" and tell you to wait 30-60 days (after which still nothing will happen) or:
4. Retain a skilled and experienced immigration lawyer to prosecute your case.
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Hello. I feel that these types of adjustment of status applications generally take a long time. However, I recommend hiring an experienced immigration attorney to stay on the case for you to advise you and do follow ups as necessary. best regards.