Hopefully you applied for the marriage based green card at least 60 days after your last entry to the US..
If everything has been correctly filed, it takes USCIS 2-3 months from date of receipt of Form I-765 to issue you your EAD, and 1-2 months later to conduct your AOS interview.
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If you entered on a visa that requires non-immigrant intent (as opposed to an H-1B or L-1 which allows dual intent) AND if you applied for green card (I-485) within 60 days of entry, then USCIS will think you committed fraud. Hire a lawyer. USCIS may confront you at your interview and put you into removal proceedings. Hire a lawyer. You can fight it, but you will need help.
You should get the EAD within 2-3 months regardless of whether USCIS catches the fraud at your interview.
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If you applied as a visitor, but really had the intention to apply for permanent residency, that could be fraud.
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Usually, it takes 3 months.
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