As more applications have been received, the daca cases are taking longer to process. You should not expect a decision until 4-5 months after you filed the application.
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However long it take for USCIS to adjudicate the matter. Estimated processing times are as posted on the USCIS website. Processing times are NOT measured based on biometrics.
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However long USCIS will see fit to take to adjudicate your DACA application. Consult the ESTIMATED processing times at the USCIS website, but don't rely on them too much.
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