These types of cases can take several months before you hear back from USCIS. The Vermont Service Center is taking an average of 6 months to process fiancee visa applications. There are several Immigration attorneys in MS. Try the American Immigration Lawyers Association website, www.aila.org. You might do better having the guidance of a competent attorney. Good luck.
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Have you checked the current processing times for I-129F forms at the Vermont Service Center at www.uscis.gov? Have you called the 800 number and secured an inquiry number for your concerns? Have you scheduled and attended an InfoPass Appointment at your local office? You may want to try these first before seeking the help of an immigration attorney. Good luck.
This is general information, not legal advice, and does not create an attorney client relationship.
7-1/2 months is the normal amount of time for this to process: https://egov.uscis.gov/cris/processingTimesDisplay.do;jsessionid=abcVgK0PmbdD37Oj-WjYt
You don't need a lawyer in MS ... many of us use Skype or a telephone for our consultations.
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