There is no one answer to your question. Many cases are adjudicated the same week they are heard and others require an advisory opinion from the State Department. The NOID means they intended to deny your case so it will be looked at carefully and if they still intend to deny it the Denial will likely also be reviewed by a Supervisor. checking in every 2-3 months from now on seems fine. be sure to keep them posted if you move. You need to also have a game plan if your case is denied as they have already indicated that is what they were going to do..
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Once you apply for a work permit, a decision will likely issue.
The above is intended only as general information, and does not constitute legal advice. You must speak with an attorney to discuss your individual case.
Some asylum applications may take longer due to extra background checks or other procedural issues. I recommend to keep checking in, or have your attorney contact the asylum office and check in.
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